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Carpe Anno, or does that fish come grilled?

Thursday, December 30, 2010

I usually say carpe diem which is Latin for "seize the day". But as we approach the beginning of a new year, I am going to temporarily revise my saying to "seize the year".

I am one of those folks that do not need a starter's gun to take off and hit the race. If I need to do something today, I do it today.

But what if I wanted a celebratory moment to start something REALLY big. Then hey, we are all going to have that punctuated moment very soon!!

So if there is something you know you need to do and have been waiting for that perfect time to begin, then there is nothing like the blank slate that is a new year!! After all, "carpe anno"!!

Wishing you all a blessed and prosperous 2011!!!
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  • STEVENGO2
    I am looking forward to this new year. In the spring hopefully I will be able to purchase a car! I have not had a car in seven years~so I will need to take driving lessons to remember how to drive safely.

    And I will still do my daily walking and strength exercises because my major goal for the year is to keep within my weight goal zone of 167.4 ~ 172.6.

    Steven
    3710 days ago
  • ADLINS
    You are so right! Wishing you a wonderful New Year as well.
    3710 days ago
  • TINKERBELL200
    Love it! I guess we could all use the, "carpe anno" attitude this year! Here's wisj=hing you and yours a very prosperous and Happy New Year, and let's all seize the year!
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    3711 days ago
  • MRS_TOAD
    Wonderful philosophy! I'm going to steal the idea and offer a similar blog up to my SPals. Thanks for the idea.
    3711 days ago
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