Last December fragment, last daily post (back to occasional now), last day of the year—conventionally, a time for resolutions. I’m still working on mine, but I’m going to avoid the impossible ones this year. The painful ones. The ones involving denial and doom. You know, things like giving up chocolate. Taking more time for watching the world, for looking up, looking down—maybe I can manage that. I hope yours, whatever they may be, will bring you as much pleasure.
Have a happy, transcendent New Year. See you in 2013!
There are many ways to be free. One of them is to transcend reality by imagination…
6 responses to “December fragments #31”
I have just discovered that I can write haiku. So I will write more haiku in 2013. :))
I have just discovered that I can write haiku. So in 2013 I will write more haiku. 🙂
Uh oh. Sorry, I have just repeated myself!
Repetition is ok 🙂 (although not in a haiku!) That’s a great resolution, Sandra 🙂
And mine was to commit to a blog and a website…BUT I realise I’ve subconsciously stolen your words about your blog, Amanda. The “occasional blog about writing and reading” bit. Sorry, that was not intentional, so I will change it 🙂
You don’t have to change anything, Rashida! It’s a pretty general description—I’m not claiming ownership 🙂 I look forward to reading your blog. Is it up and running yet?