Last yearWas not so good.But changing dates won’t help.To make this new year better, weMust pray.
A FUTURE & A HOPE(Jeremiah 29:11) Another year is almost gone,And with it go my fears.I’m closing out two thousand, twenty,By wiping away my tears.I will not let past loss and hurtInfringe on future years.God’s promised a future bright with hope:At His Word my heart cheers.
Wishing all of you the happiest, merriest, most carefree new year ever — and lots of great coffee to enjoy in 2020! In case you missed some of the earlier posts in “12 Days of Christmas Coffee,” just drop down and click on “12 Days of Christmas Coffee” in the tag line at theContinue reading “12 Days of Christmas Coffee – Day 12”
Wake up! It’s New Year’s Day. Two thousand, twenty’s come: New opportunities abound. Rejoice! Original photo courtesy of Ooceey @ pixabay.com (Some text added for this post)
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Another borrow from my “Ahyoka” site. But I thought it might encourage a few folks on this site as well. To look out on a new year bright with promise, With unmarred paths that hopeful feet may take — It gives my heart a thrill, and I’m enchanted By all the choices I’m allowedContinue reading “Making My Future”
I originally published this poem on my “Ahyoka” site, but I decided to share it here as well. Will she make it? Tell me please. Will she manage such a leap? Will her footing be secure? Can she reach such heights for sure? Yes! She’ll make it. Never fear. She is focused strong and clear.Continue reading “Leap of Faith”
Ho! The new year is upon me! Its first poem must be penned. I have a new beginning, And I must to it attend. Oh, I do not take it lightly That I have another chance To reach for goals before me, To learn a brand new dance. To dream some happy new dreams, ToContinue reading “First Poem of the Year”
I’m not much of a believer in “New Year’s Resolutions,” but this year I have decided to make one — only one. It is based on a piece of advice that comes from the canine community, and I think it is a commitment that has value. So for the year 2013, I, Sandra Conner, doContinue reading “Wag More; Bark Less”