What is your wish?

January 4, 2009   /   byswakembroidery  / Categories :  Feeds


One year ago, Kim sent each of her employees this beautiful ornament for Christmas. The outside of this ball reads, “WISHES”. Oh, how I love this ornament. There was an inpirational note to go along with it that challenged us to think about what wishes we had for the new year, write them down and place inside the ornament to read one year later. At that time I wrote down those things that were important to me regarding all areas of my life, including my family and work. How fun it was to open last week! Some things I accomplished with flying colors, and others I did not. Wonderful!

My husband and I started a family tradition several years ago with our children and it’s something I always look forward to at the end of each year. On the night before we take the Christmas tree down, we all have a “sleep-over” underneath the tree. Yes, even the parents! We play games, have treats, listen to the last of the Christmas music of the year and talk about our new “wishes” for the upcoming year. Oh, how fun it was to see my 6-year-old little guy really have to think and think and THINK over this one! For my 2-year-old, I decided I would be the one to make the wish for her….NO MORE DIAPERS! LOL!

I have some definite goals for my personal growth as a wife, mother, business woman, and friend. What are some of your wishes for the new year? Writing it down may only be the beginning, but it is a beginning, and for that alone, you should give yourself a pat on the back! Because after all, wishes…  


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