As I lay my fingers on these keys on this device, it’s New Year's Day. It is a holiday, and I shouldn't be working. But this post isn't "work", I [just] felt impressed to take a few minutes to share with you some of the things that I was most grateful for in 2013. HAPPY NEW YEAR.
To be quiet frank, I think my life went on a tangent. Some of my plans and goals for 2013 wasn't met. However, I was able to achieve what I didn't expect to make. Unlike many bloggers, I will not do a thorough description of what I've achieved or unable to accomplish in 2013, but instead, I would like to share with you some of the most important things that I am most thankful for in 2013.
I am thankful to God for good health, strength and life. I wasn't hospitalised or had any medical incident this year. Although I wasn't a patient at any medical centre, I did get the chance to be a part of my son's birth one way or another. In fact, I was there this morning to give support to the birth of my sister-in-law's son. Congratulations to her having the first baby of the year.
It hard to express in words or actions that may describe the happiness that filled my heart when my son was born on September 12, 2013, @ 10:54pm. Welcome to the world Kedar J. Noel! Thank you, God, for your many blessings.
In this hard economic time, there is a deficiency of jobs. I feel sorry for those who can't seem to find a job; if you are among those, I wish to encourage you to keep trying, or, in the interim try doing something that may bring as little income possible. One-one cocoa full a basket. I wish not to grumble about the trials that my job may bring, but I am thankful to be among the working class in society.
I don’t think it’s going to be a wise thing to mention the names of individuals or families in which I thankful to them for being a part of my life. For every sorrow or happiness that I’ve shared, we share together, I am most grateful. Happy New Year everyone. May 2014 treat us all well.