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The year that has passed

01 Jan Posted by in Favorites, Living | Comments

One of the reasons I started this blog this past year was to have a release for the writing I like to do. Every now and again, I even wax poetic. This morning I woke up, looked out the window and this was the view that I saw.

Yeah, it became one of those poetic moments. So with that as a backdrop. Here’s what I was thinking this morning.

As I woke up this morning to face a new year,
I can’t help but think of the year that has past.
There have been so many ups and downs,
that I can scarcely believe it has ended at last.

My career has definitely been a roller coaster ride,
with some good things, but challenges I dread.
Yet I know life doesn’t revolve around me or my wife,
as our family’s lives keep moving ahead.

My eldest Brandon and his wife, both graduated,
now have new careers they’ve begun.
While finding work was a challenge to be sure,
they’ve now purchased a new home – so fun!

Amber had an amazing year to be sure,
which started by finding the job of her dreams.
Just after that she found her dream man,
married him and is deliriously happy, it seems.

Madison graduated from high school with scholarship in hand,
and we nearly lost her to a rare medical condition.
A miraculous recovery, dream job, and man of her own,
She’s engaged and Jeff will be our latest family addition.

Sabrina turned sixteen in the spring of last year,
and I was the one who taught her to drive.
Along with the license she was so happy to get,
brought on dating which her mom and I hope to survive.

Our youngest, Nick, is now the age of fourteen,
eating more times a day than a hobbit would dine.
He love physics, music and video games,
and his voice is now lower than mine.

As I think of the events of the year that has gone,
I try to anticipate the year that starts anew.
The thing I know for sure is that despite all my plans,
what will happen… I haven’t a clue!

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