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6 geese a laying.

December 30, 2013

I have to say that for me the whole Christmas season is pretty much my fave!

We get to celebrate the stuff I’ve been saying on repeat in previous posts. We get to eat special food (goose anyone?!) and spend time with family and friends. We get to stay in in the evenings and watch the same 3 programmes on repeat over and over. And we get to look forward.

To what?

To New Year, to its possibilities and potential. To the intentions we have and the good we hope to do. To the way in which we can set ourselves new targets and goals and the way that with a new start comes the opportunity to do things differently.

Whatever resolutions you are planning: reach, and leap, and who knows; maybe 2014 will be the year?!

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