Resolutions for 2022.

Most people would say ‘Go to the gym’, ‘Eat healthy’, ‘loose weight’, ‘give up smoking’. None of these apply to me.

The Hospice Counselor told me to live life to the full, don’t stay in and cry, do all the things you wanted to do when I wasn’t able to leave Len.

I have 2 resolutions.

The first one is to get all my health issues sorted out. Surgeries, cutting down on the heavy-duty meds the doctor put me on, when Len wasn’t able to do anything for himself,

The second one is to make lots of new friends, get out and have new experiences that I missed out on. Just live my life for me.

How many New Year resolutions have you made? and what is top of the list?

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  1. Thank you for sharing!!.. I just made one resolution, to live each day to the fullest because it won’t come again…. 🙂

    Happy New Year and until we meet again…
    May your spirit only know peace
    May your heart only know love
    May all your dreams come true
    May your life’s journey be filled with happiness
    And life is all that you wish for it to be….
    (Larry “Dutch” Woller)

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  2. It just actually occurred to me it’s the sort of book you might enjoy reading. Set in 1947 The Case of the Grease Monkey’s Uncle tells the story of James Arbuthnott and Archibald Cluff, two recently demobbed soldiers and their first case for the Arbuthnott and Cluff Detective Agency. An unlikely pairing, James was the taller of the two, with wavy fair hair and a moustache to match, very much the Officer and Gentleman and although of Scottish descent he had no trace of an accent, educated at Eton he had that distinguished confident air that immediately says, good breeding whilst his colleague was shorter and an altogether rougher diamond with ginger hair, from the East End of London, it would be true to say that one was tall and good looking whilst the other was not so lucky in the looks department and was built like a brick out house. Their first case involves the mysterious disappearance of the Uncle of William Trubshaw and involves, criminality, murder, intrigue, heroism and occasionally downright stupidity.

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