Wednesday, November 04, 2009

Your Year

What has 2009 been like for you? Are you happy with what you have accomplished so far, your life experiences, and the relationships that you formed in the past year? Or are you ready to throw in the towel and start again in 2010?

My year was a good one. I strengthened relationships with friends, made new friends ( mostly online) and tried to socialise a little bit more. I'm more conscious of the need to nurture my relationship with my mother and sisters, who I had begun to take a little bit for granted.

Work has been plentiful and stable, despite the wobbly economy, and I am very optimistic about my propects for 2010.

Managed to get some major home renovation projects done, including extending a garden cottage to add another bedroom, and renovating an old garage into my home office. Also created a large vegetable garden.

I'm looking forward to 2010; not as an opportunity to start over, but as an opportunity to continue what I started.

What about you?


po said...

Hmm, this is a difficult question. 2009 was a pretty crappy year, so this year was a huuuge improvement and I didn't need to try that hard to make it so. But I do feel that there were many things missing that I could have done better or started. But I feel that every year.

Tamara said...

Good question.

My year was a mixed bag. I fell in love with our new house and garden. TSC and I readjusted our lives as he embarked on his studies. We had an amazing trip to Zanzibar. I struggled with my morning job and learnt all sorts of new skills in my freelancing. We made new friends, lost some old ones and realised that responsibility is sometimes not fun.

It's been a good year on the whole, with some tough patches in between.

I'm looking forward to the developments 2010 will bring.

po said...

Oops I meant 2008 was a crappy year!

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