There is a new adventure coming and I know it will be a good one.” – Sigurd F.Olson, Chicago-born author, environmentalist.
This quote is from a key ring from one of those team-building ropes courses, circa perhaps 15 years ago. I found it yesterday, a broken and unlikely relic that I had saved and somehow managed to travel with all the way to today. I’m getting rid of the key ring, but I think that the quote is perfectly fitting for an annual review.
2014 has been a good year: I delved into a new art form for me – watercolors; challenged myself in many new ways to grow; and just at the very end of this year, I started to dream big (I may explain this part in a forthcoming post). Interpersonally, I sought to learn more about which capacities I have and celebrated the successes at developing them when I could, because, as is to be expected, on the opposite side, failures and faults are plenteous. On the home front, we’ve filled our small space with happy voices, family, friends, visitors, jokes, and lots of good food, began to put things up on the walls, and make our space a happy one.
I’m happy that I have the opportunity to write for BlueBootsGo readers, to share pretty angles, viewpoints, and vistas, art and prose. Thank you all for coming along, all
of you, from 56 different countries, and counting!!!
Here’s the annual WordPress report for Where the BlueBoots Go – it is one of those small things to celebrate :). Click through the link at the bottom of this post to see some fun stats of your favorite posts and a map.
….To a bountiful and happy New Year. Cheers!
Here’s an excerpt:
A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 3,200 times in 2014. If it were a cable car, it would take about 53 trips to carry that many people.