Last night I went through all the pictures I had in the 'Picture' Folder in my laptop and placed on a CD. At the end of each year, I do this same ritual. Each time it's like reliving the past year through the eyes of my pictures. I often take many so I can keep track of my precious moments and to share here with my readers.
So many pictures never make it to my blog. Other pics are so silly that I think no one would be interested. There are a few moments captured that would be ideal for awareness of social conscience. Is that still alive?
This past year was a rough year in so many ways and in others it was one of the best. This was a year of enlightenment for Xavierism. I came face to face with my own insecurities. I had to battle my battles and still have fresh emotional war wounds.
I'm certain this isn't making much sense to many of you but as I've aged, I've had to learn the hard way that so many things I believed mattered, really don't matter in the long run. So many wise sayings that my parents and grandparents used to say have become rules by which I now live by.
I hope to continue to learn each and every day until the moment I die. I view my pictures and see the increasing number of wrinkles on my face - yet my smile hasn't aged. I do know that my Faith will always guide me and the Blessings runneth over. I hope that I'm a better version of myself today than yesterday. I'm ready to take on this day.
Current Music: The Tape's Autumn
Current Mood: Craving Coffee!