365, Day 33; The Answer is Blowin’ In The Wind

The year has come to a close. It’s been a year of great happiness and great sadness, with a lot in between. The year has made me a little wiser, a little tougher, a little softer, a little more flexible. The year has filled me with gratefulness for the love that my family encircles each other with; like a golden lasso binding us together that reminds us that we will not let each other fall.  I am grateful for the abundance in our lives.

I’ve learned to look to see which way the wind is blowing, to not fight it (too much) and go with the flow. To just let some things go.

The dark days still had a ray of light.    Love.

And there were those incredibly bright days with the world and trees shimmering in the sun.

Which way will the wind blow? It comes and goes. Let it carry you. Let it carry you forward to where you are meant to be.

Happy New Year. May 2012 be the year you realize your dreams.

Photos: Angeline M

About Angeline M

Love travel and photography. Living in Northern California. Photos of locations visited are personal file photos.
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6 Responses to 365, Day 33; The Answer is Blowin’ In The Wind

  1. tita buds says:

    Happy New Year, Angeline! This is a wonderful way for you to summarize your year. May this 2012 be a blessed one for you and your family. 🙂

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  2. tshang says:

    Great photos and beautiful sentiment. I am going to add you to my 365 blog roll over at 365vets. Thank you for visiting the site and for your kind comment.

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  3. That second photo is really great!

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