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New Year Revolutions

       

   I don't usually make New Year resolutions because I usually can't stick to them, and neither does anyone else in my experience, now Christmas is over and people look like they have been well and truly stuffed like a Turkey, I find it sad and cleansing at the same time.   I went for a power walk today and sat on the bench by the lake in our local park and  thought, I have never seen so many people walking and jogging trying to ease their guilty conscience  from stuffing their faces and drinking to much over the last couple of weeks, I always find New Year rather sad, because the old year is going and being put to history, and a memory in one's own mind, but you are supposed to look forward to the New Year for some reason, this year I am slightly nervous about doing that, will it be more of the same or will it be the best year ever for me, I don't know,  but I know I have twelve months to find out. Will I be sitting at the computer writing,  feeling the same apprehension in twelve months time. I hope not.
     I am hoping that 2019 will be a great year, I don't think I will win the lottery but I have a feeling this year will be hard working one, I will check out my horoscope and see what the astrologers say something I love doing, just to give me a little clue, do you do that my lovelies?
    I am hoping that my year will be filled with love and fun, I know that it will be up's and downs I am expecting that, but deep down I am hoping there are more up's than downs, fingers crossed. So that's why I don't make resolutions, but I call it New year revolutions, because that's what New year means to me lots of new revolutions in your life.
      So what ever you are planning to do this year my dear readers I hope that you have a safe and happy time and  hope that you will keep reading The Adventures Of Mimi Prentice because I have big  plans for the blog.  I hope you will on this journey with me.  So here is to 2019 and what ever it may bring.


                         My Italian Family Tradition At New Year Prosecco and Panettone at Midnight.

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