In 2015, I’m Resolving to be Content

2nd January 2015

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Every New Year it is almost expected that you make some sort of resolution. And while I don’t normally feel the need to do so, this year I thought it was time to make one.

If you have followed any of my life events over the past year, you are probably wondering how I could not be content right.

And that is exactly the problem. From my professional growth to getting engaged to seeing so many of my sweet friends, this past year was surely one of my best.

But yet, despite all of this happiness and joy, I still found myself at moments wanting more.

A job that lets me travel around the world. A city where I once lived. A group of friends like the ones I have scattered across the country.

I think too often I get caught up in the next chapter or where I wish I was and forget to be in the moment and be grateful for the things I do have.

An amazing job and coworkers who help me thrive. A wonderful new community and family in Indianapolis. And a man who brings so much love into my life.

So with the mindset to look at my life through this lense, my goal in 2015 is to cherish every moment.

We are just 71 days away from getting married (ahhh!!) and I want to make sure to enjoy these final moments as an engaged couple and also enjoy these final moments as a “single” lady.

What have you resolved to do in 2015? Please let me know! I would love to follow along with your journey.

2 thoughts on “In 2015, I’m Resolving to be Content

  1. Michael Craig Ridgeway

    I just read your sweet love story on Cleveland’s Newsnet5 app. I really enjoyed the whole edition- beginning, middle, and end. In it, you said that anyone considering an online relationship should contact you. I am encouraged by your results. I myself haven’t had ANY luck. I have been attempting/trying to be successful with this since after June 24, 2013. That is the date that my beautiful lady Susan died. We had been married 32 years. In fact, I was at the hospital to spend the day with her to celebrate our last anniversary. She died 18 days later. As I went through various stages of grief, I tried to find a date. But no success. I figured out that the timing was very wrong. But I am better now and looking for a great lady to share my life with. So, that’s my brief (LOL) story. Congratulations to the two of you. I send you many prayers and blessings. Have a blessed day. Amen.

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