It’s the end of the year and we all have a lot to think about. Some of us will make lists of resolutions and goals that we want to achieve in 2010. Others will look back over 2009, analyzing what went wrong, and what went right – then try to adjust the mix accordingly. We will peer into our mental crystal balls to divine what the future will hold.
- • Be happy.
- • Be healthy.
- • Be successful.
- • Be (insert positive adjective here.)
In 2009 there was a lot of bad juju for me. I read obituaries I didn’t want to read. I wrote a lot about people losing their jobs – the who, the why, the when and the unfortunate how. More than one guy borrowed a piece of my heart and forgot to return it. I sat across from my doctor and heard things I didn’t want to hear – get this test, watch for that and make sure you come back to see me in six months so I can poke, prod and drain some of your lifeblood – just in case. My knees, my mother and my energy level all got older, and did I mention that I turned 40?