New Year

The end of the year is right there ahead of us. How the heck did that happen? November, for me, was so packed with events, responsibilities and activities (some fun, some not at all) that I made it up mind to take it a single day at a time. And at the same time, I was trying to get ahead on various tasks so if anything happened to throw the schedule off….and something would…In other words, the month flew by.

And then it was December. New book, Brooklyn Secrets, launched Dec 1! Hanuka ( 2 1/2 year old granddaughter lighting candles and tearing into the wrapping paper was a sight to remember) lights

Block association cookie swap (What was I thinking? Really???) Neighborhood parties with elegant food, and one more still to go. (Baking to bring something to said parties.) tips-how-to-make-holiday-christmas-cookies_608

And I look up and here we are, December 29 as I write this. How did that ever happen?

So best wishes to all the other Women of Mystery and every reader, for great reading, great writing, great health in 2016. And if it isn’t hoping for too much,more light, more sanity, more kindness in our weary old world.

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5 thoughts on “New Year

  1. I still can’t believe this year is almost over. Why is it the older I get the faster the years fly by? There’s something wrong with that. My New Years Resolution will be to enjoy each day more and get more done every day. Maybe that will slow things down some.
    Anyway, wishing everyone a great year ahead. Let’s make this the best one ever.

  2. Okay, Earl, I’m with you! Let us all live in the moment, the clock seems to stop. Happy New Year. Thanks, Triss for the post.

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