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The New Year has started out with a bang, I guess you could say. I woke up this morning and realized that it was an opportunity to start all over. I love the idea of the New Year, when I was a kid, 2010 sounded so far away and I figured we'd have flying cars by now or something. Anyway, 2010 is here now and I’m closer to 50 than 40 and I don't own a flying car, but one that I have looks just as good anyway.
I will admit 2009 wasn't as great a year for me as it could have been. Though I had some successes in ministry and finished up 2009 good in my personal life and got to go to
See, I need to right some wrongs and maybe I need to ask for forgiveness and rebuild some trust. I pray that I will let God guide me and that I see the need to be on the path He has chosen for me. I pray I can be faithful, patient, and optimistic of what God will do for me, through me, and give me in 2010. I want to learn from my mistakes, experiences, and problems in 2009, but I don't want to stay there. I want to make changes, accept what I cannot change, and have wisdom to know the difference.
"Be very careful, then, how you live--not as unwise, but as wise, making the most of every opportunity, because the days are evil."
Notre Dame, The Louvre, sights in and around the Paris area, and just a few days to sit back in this country of fine wines, scrumptious cuisine, international fashion, world famous art, and so much more for life to appreciate and experience. I hope you can capture a little bit of this with me.