Wednesday, December 28, 2011

And we're back!

Hope you had a lovely holiday! We sure did =) Games were played, kids were spoiled and complained, too much food and sweets were consumed - a great time was had by all!

And to ease back into it, here is my Review for Sensational Haiku Wednesday

Looking Back

Twenty eleven
Just like every other year
A rollercoaster

Day to day journey
From humbling mistakes and lows
To unexpected joys

Blessings in disguise
Solutions from challenges
Many lessons learned

One of my favorite memories for 2011 was seeing my sons have winning football seasons, after watching so many losses for YEARS! Their happiness is mine.


13 comments:

anthonynorth said...

Excellent analysis of your year.

Angela Brown said...

Cheers for your sons.

2011 has been an interesting year, one that I've learned and grown from. But I've got a lot more to go and am ready to go, go, go!

zongrik said...

is every year really a roller coaster ride for you?

Michael Offutt, Supra-Genius said...

Huzzah for being winners at football. Tell your sons to keep it up :)

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Future NFL stars in your household?

Christine Rains said...

Woo-hoo for your boys!

Jenna Cooper said...

Congrats to your boys! And I think that poem, while it is personal, can also relate to other people.

G-Man said...

Tara...
I hope they arent future Buckeyes!

Jenn @ Youknow...that Blog? said...

I hope your "unexpected joys" were many! Thanks for being a part of Sensational Haiku Wednesday - so happy to have you with us!

Happy New Year!

Anonymous said...

True dat. :)

... Just like every other year. But we keep crossing our fingers for the chances that the next one will be awesome. I hope yours will be.

~Shawna
(rosemarymint.wordpress.com)

beccagivens said...

Great review in Haiku form ... Happy New Year ... but the upcoming year overflow with creativity, peace, joy and love!

Bryce Daniels said...

Welcome back, Tara! Sounds like you had a wonderful holiday...

And congrats to the boys!!!!!!
Woot! Woot!

Heather M. Gardner said...

Spoiled is an excellent word for my son. Opens a billion presents and he is looking for more.
Welcome back.
Merry over.
Happy 'almost' New Year!
Great memories with the football games. Moms always remember.
HMG