It seems appropriate at this time of year (as I sit here at my
computer on New Year’s Eve) to review the year that is closing before
welcoming in the new.
And I am drawn to express my gratitude to all those people who have made my life such a joy this year.
And so, let me begin. Firstly, thank you to you – my readers.
Whether you visit here regularly, or if this is the first time you have
happened here, I am pleased you have joined me. I have become more and
more aware of the power of the written word on the internet this year -
I have made new, wonderful friends through blogging and I have readers
from around the globe leaving lovely comments – each and every comment
still thrills me to bits! For this I am grateful.
This year saw the inception of The Clearing Space Sanctuary – from a
few thoughts in my head, to scribblings in my notebook, to reality with
the launch in August! Here I have to say a huge thank you to Leah Maclean
my Online Business Manager for the brilliant job she does managing all
that on-line technical stuff, as well as a lot of the creative design
elements, for me. Thank you Leah. For all this, I am grateful.
2005 has also seen the growth of a number of amazing friendships,
collaborations and connections – you know who you are. Your friendship
means so much to me, and I look forward to 2006 knowing I have you
there beside me (virtually if not physically!) Thank you for your
support and encouragement and that ever present laughter when we
connect. For all of you, I am grateful.
And last, but by no means least – my dear husband G, along with our
kids – Captain Scarlet, Gorgeous Girl and Master7 – who have supported
me, encouraged me and been my eternal inspiration for what is true
& real. Having these four wonderful people in my life has enriched
me beyond measure, and they keep me anchored when I start floating with
my head up in the clouds. My two older kids, especially, call me to
task if I’m not being authentic – where did they get to be so full of
insight? For having you in my life, I am eternally grateful.
I am looking forward to a year of innovation, of excitement, of
space, of calm and peaceful moments and much much laughter and love.
Happy New Year to all!