Closing the Door…

St. Mungo's, Glasgow

 

It’s almost time to close the door on another year…

For me, this one was filled with many wonderful gifts, and sadly, losing friends to the Summerland, too.

Once the door is closed, I cannot walk back through. It is shut firmly.

Locked forever in time. 

I may from time to time, peer into the window and reminisce. I’m sure there will be moments that I wished I could have done something different. Perhaps, taken a different path or approach.

However, those days are gone, and I’m not a “could have, should have, would have,” type of person. I’ve learned to move forward in life.

I will close the door on 2013, quietly. Yet, I will open the door to 2014 with a bang.

Exciting events are happening! Finally, I’ll be able to share with the world, Dragon Knight’s Sword and other great news, too!

Are you looking forward to 2014? Ready to close the door on 2013?

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16 comments


  1. Vici

    Opening the front door…Opening the back door…then waiting for a big gust of wind to blow out all the dirt then we start all over again 🙂

  2. Leah Weller

    Yep….looking forward to the new year and excited to see what it brings me. Good or bad, I’ll grow from the experience. I like the fact that we continue to grow until the day we leave this place. Can you imagine what a dull world it would be of we didn’t?

    Here’s wishing you a Happy New Year with lots of wonderful moments. 🙂

    • Exactly, Leah…I view the “bad” as a learning experience. There’s no point in dwelling, since it’s in the past. As I’ve always said, “It’s the journey, not the destination.” 😉

      Here’s to many wonderful adventures in 2014!

  3. Dalila G.

    I always look forward to new and fresh starts.
    I’m not that into looking back, mainly because you can’t change anything that happened, good or bad. I’ll peek at the “good” past things, but I limit myself. I have to always look forward and keep an eye out for the new adventures that are coming my way. That’s what makes life so much fun. And the great part of my travels in life is that I have the LOVE of my life with me! 🙂

  4. Marilyn Munro

    At my age (75) I tend to look back quite often on the wonderful life I have lived. I do not know what the New Year will bring for me but I will meet it head on.
    Wishing you the best in the new year.

  5. Dianne

    I can’t wait to see what the New Year brings. I cherish what has come before (both good and bad, because they have shaped me), and can’t wait to see what the future has in store.

    • It’s an amazing door we pass through, especially if we are positive about what we will face, right? You, my friend, will be stronger with each passing year.

      Can hardly wait for 2014! 🙂

  6. Casey

    Can’t wait to open my door to the exciting things that I know are awaiting me in 2014! 2013 has definitley taught me many things that I will hold dearly to my heart. Ready, set, go!!
    Xoxo

  7. Cutieb

    I’m ready! 2013 was good to me, we had struggles, but so is the way of life. I can not wait to see what 2014 has in store. Probably a bit of struggle, but hopefully it will have its good times as well. Cheers!

  8. Happy New Year, Mary!! 2013 is a year I want to forget, so I am really looking forward to the bright and shiny New Year 2014. It’s going to be a great one. I can feel its positive energy already. 🙂

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