2013, when I think back

Traditionally, every year, I say to myself I am so NOT going to post about the past year. And yet (almost) every year I do.

This year, I will not stop and think too long and deep about the past 12 months. It has been a ‘mixed year’ as a dear friend told me, and he is right. I will keep this post short, by thanking all of you for: reading, following and commenting on my blog, my flickr, facebook and tumblr and more:

Hugs and thanks to all my dear friends, past and present – old and new. For having been there for me and for being there. I know I have not been easy and made some (drastic) decisions that may have seemed unfair, unwise and ungrateful and I am aware I have offended and/or hurt lovely people who deserved better. And even though contacts may have stopped, or have gone to a minimum – due to my actions –  you all are in my heart and thoughts.

‘When I think back
On these times
And the dreams
We left behind
I’ll be glad ’cause
I was blessed to get
To have you in my life’

My Heart

I wish you all a wonderful holiday season, a merry Christmas and for 2014 nothing but the best and cheers to new adventures!


3 Comments Add yours

  1. Don Mill says:

    Generally speaking, I do not usually talk too much about the past. The decisions we have taken we did for a reason and that reason was valid at the time we took them. But I do like the idea of being thankful for the people that we have met and with whom we spend time, even if briefly.

    Thank you for this post, Caity, it did bring a smile to my face.

  2. Becky says:

    Meeting you has certainly been a highlight for me this year :)

    1. And that goes for me too, Becky, I am fortunate to have met you and Harvey this year. Cheers to new adventures, it is going to be awesome!

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