For the last few years I've seen bloggers post their one word for the coming year. It's been an interesting concept, one that takes the place of a New Year's resolution. I tried doing it a couple of times. The problem was, I'm not sure I followed through. What's really funny is I can't even remember what those words were.
So tell me, do you have a new word for 2016? Has your one word encouraged you to fulfill your goals in 2015? I'd like to hear how your one word for 2015 motivated you throughout the year. And then share with us your new one word for 2016.
If I were to choose one word I think it might be "edit". Now that might seem like an unusual word for a quilter, but you see, I've also written two novels. They need a lot of work. After submitting them to a writing contest earlier this year, I've been kind of at a loss for the next step. Websters defines the word "edit" - compile, revise, rewrite, adapt. And I must say my manuscripts need a lot of that!
Does your family have traditions? We have one at Christmas time. My hubby's family has been getting together for Christmas Eve for over 50 years. His Grandmother started the tradition, then his mother took it over. Hubby's father passed away in January, but we were still able to spend that special time with him last year. Now with both of his parents gone, this year we will be gathering in our home.
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