Senior Spotlight for Dec. 31, 2012
The old year is now history; a new year has started with our new and old dreams, hopes and wondering what it will bring. Being asked what are your New Year resolutions?
Resolutions can be exciting, but they can also fizzle as we realize we can’t do what we dreamed of doing, so look for new beginnings that we may add in addition to the taking care of family, jobs etc. that are not resolutions that we must accomplish.
As I start a page in my new planner, my goal is to accept life more fully in praying for the strength it takes to get me through each day in whatever it brings. I already do and the peace I find is awesome.
Birthdays I have Haley Bellin, Bob McKinney
Get well — speedy recovery — to all who are sick or hurt in any way suffering in mind, body or soul, may your new year bring you peace, love and strength to overcome whatever ails you.
Sunset Meadows 1 Friday noon potluck
No meal — bus service New Years Day at Sunset Meadows 1.
Let’s all have a cuppa kindness yet for Auld Lang Syne.
Wishing you all the best in this New Year.
Mary Jo Brown
With an above-average snowpack following a snowy winter, local firefighters and wildlife experts are expecting a mild fire season this year, especially at higher elevations.