It’s 2015! Isn’t that amazing? 2015. Two thousand and fifteen. Fifteen years into the 21st century. The very notion seemed light years away when I was but fifteen. It was the other side of the great millennium divide after all. And my, has the world changed! When I was fifteen, we had mobile phones the size of bricks, and texting hadn’t been invented. The Internet was but a nerd’s secret dream. Televisions still contained cathode tubes, and cars were driving with all sorts of really unhealthy fuels. And yet that was only a few short decades ago. Weird, huh?
HAPPY NEW YEAR to you all! May it be a fabulous one that makes all your dreams come true. 🙂
Here’s the year that was for me, my own personal highlights.
A fabulous rock concert–the kids’ first!
Birthdays and life celebrations, including a bona fide Ceilidh in April
Book launch #1: Fallen for Rock. Because I love rock stars (but you already knew that!)
Starting my own radio show! BOOKS ROCK on Siren 107.3 FM! The first season comprised seven monthly shows and you can listen to the entire archive via podcasts!
Summer holidays in and near Whitby….
Book launch #2: Fairy Tale in New York. Because I love Christmas!
Autumn holidays in Wales and the West of England–the Wells family took one fabulous road trip visiting castles, waterfalls, gold mines, manor houses and friends. AWESOME!
Family time: Building the family gingerbread house. Priceless moments!
And of course the Christmas time was full of more priceless moments, including seeing the children’s carol concerts (one in Lincoln cathedral, no less), a hilarious panto, and a fabulous family Christmas. I feel truly blessed!
Thank YOU for all your support throughout the year. I loved every email, every tweet, every Facebook share, every message, and every letter you sent me. They keep me going, and I love hearing from you, so please stay in touch! 😀
And here are my resolutions for 2015.
~Spend much more time with the family and enjoy every moment of that precious time right down to the tiniest second
~Slow down, breathe, and focus on the things that matter
~Write and publish at least one book
~Take up singing lessons
There you go. Nothing too ambitious. After the manic few years that I’ve had of late, I think I owe myself a stock-taking year, and that’s exactly what I have in mind.
What about you? Any highlights and resolutions to share?