Wednesday, January 3, 2007
Happy New Year - Late
We spent the weekend in Savannah, where we visited with Scott's son, Scotty, who is in the Army and stationed at Ft. Stewart, Georgia. He'll be returning to Iraq for his second tour in the next couple of weeks.
We had a good visit, but let me tell you, it's going to be a l-o-n-g year!
We spent New Years Eve on River Street in Savannah, where we watched the fireworks at midnight. They were very nice. We came home Tuesday, and I'm trying to get caught up at work.
Hopefully, will get back in the saddle now (since there are no more holidays on the horizon).
Before I go, here is a poem for you...
A New Year, A New Beginning
The old year ends, a new begins
With pages clean and new;
And what is written on each page
will now depend on you.
You can't relive the year that's past,
Erasing every wrong;
For once a year - or day - is spent,
It is forever gone.
But don't give up in dark despair
If you have failed some test;
Seek God's forgiveness and resolve
Henceforth to do your best.
Resolve each precious day to do
Things good and kind and pure;
Though days and years may pass away,
These things shall still endure.
You know not where your path may lead
Nor what's beyond the hill;
But know that God walks at your side,
If you will do His will.
All things are possible with God,
Though days be bright or dim;
So do your best and know that you
Can leave the rest to Him.
- Author Unknown
Talk to you later....