Saturday, November 26, 2016

My last post of the year

Yep, for me, it is. I don't participate in the December story, so November is my final blog post.

This has been a pretty lousy year, I think. I am ready to turn the page, that's for sure. We lost too many good musicians, elected a lousy politician, and we saw a lot of family and friends in a light we really didn't want to see. The good thing, of course, is that it's energized a lot of people to be more active in politics and organizations. As to the bad thing ... well, that remains to be seen, I guess.

Here's hoping you enjoy the December of story-telling here. Enjoy your holiday season, however you celebrate it, and here's to 2017 -- bigger and better than ever!



Vonnie Davis ~ Romance Author said...

In some ways, this year was rough. The election being the worst. Wait until all those voters find out they were scammed...and they will, at everyone's expense I fear.

Jannine Gallant said...

Still holding out hope for the recount... Hoping for the best in 2017 for us all!

Margo Hoornstra said...

May 2017 see improvement. Wishing you the best, JL.

Diane Burton said...

2016 has had its ups and downs--just like many other years. I do hope more good people become involved in serving our country. Unfortunately, good people, really good people, do not want to become involved in politics. Who would willingly put their family through such turmoil? 2017 has to be better.

Rolynn Anderson said...

2017 will certainly be a year when I work hard on personal, community and professional goals, but I realize I have to be energized/ involved with national politics more than ever before. I know I must not be silent when I see injustice. I'll need good leadership, clever strategies and places to put my money for the next four years. My search is on!