In ancient Roman culture, Jānus was a god of doorways, beginnings, and the rising and setting of the sun. His name comes from the Latin jānus, meaning “doorway, archway, arcade.” (Wikipedia)
January, the first month of the year, is a doorway—the beginning of a new year. I actually like the month even though it can be very cold and blustery. The holidays are over and once I get the house pulled back together and the Christmas decorations packed away, I’m ready for a fresh start.
With the year stretching before me, what will it bring?
Birthday—Another one is coming up in February. They come so much faster than they used to.
Taxes—We always start working on our taxes in January. We look forward to getting a refund this year.
New book—Charles and I co-authored his book, Chasing a Whirlwind. It’s a good looking and good reading book. We are pleased with the response so far. You can find it on Amazon.com and AuthorHouse.com.
Vacation—We signed up for a bus trip through Kentucky in May to see the ARK and the creation museum among other sites.
Graduation—Our local granddaughter gets her diploma at the end of May. A good reason to celebrate.
Election Year—It can’t come soon enough. It’s time to bring back some sanity to national and local elections. Find good candidates to support and work for their election.
Eating Right—I’m still struggling to eat a low-carb and low-calorie diet and find time to exercise. It has to become a priority.
Refining my to do list is a necessity in order to appreciate 2022. It’s easy to become bogged down in daily tasks. I pray for appreciation of each day and the time to do what is important.
Martin Luther King Jr.