Misha Herwin on New Years
The best intentions don’t always come to fruition. Once this would have sent up stress and tension, now I take a more laid back view. There is, after all, something very artificial about making resolutions on a certain date, which you promise yourself you will keep to for the rest of the year, regardless of what life throws at you, good or bad.
So, 2017 no New Year’s Resolutions, just a determination to do more of the same. After all 2016 was not a bad year.
It began with the publication of “Picking up the Pieces.” During which process a great number of lessons, some painful, others not were learned.
Most important of all being, a thorough proof-read is vital. A good editor even more so. Thank you Peter Coleborn and Jeanne Wood.
What worked really well was the tea party I gave to launch the book. I kept it…
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