2014 turned out to be the year I wish hadn’t happened. As chronicled here and here, during 2014 I recovered from a broken clavicle, then broke and recovered from a broken elbow and a broken hand, and one of the favorite cars I’ve ever owned died without warning. Also in the broken bone category, my grandson who plays for his high school soccer team, was “cheap-shotted” by an opposing player which resulted in a broken arm and surgery to repair the damage. It’s been a pretty awful year, so good riddance! It’s an understatement that I’m looking forward to a much improved 2015.
My resolutions for the New Year:
- No broken bones
- Better physical condition and improved golf game
- Learn something new that will improve my quality of life
- Did I mention NO BROKEN BONES?
Here’s hoping anyone who takes the time to read this has had enjoyable end-of-year holidays and to all a spectacularly successful 2015. How freaking “New Age-y” can I get?