I am sure that he will bring much joy to his family in the coming years and hopefully he will, in turn, enjoy being part of his family as he grows into manhood.
2014 has been a tough year for many and on the world scene it has been very distressing. I am learning not to dwell on that and am trying to appreciate the little things in life that make one's day special.
Recently I have enjoyed fiddling with photo editing tools and a family member is going to give me a DSLR camera which is never used so that will be a learning curve for me in 2015.
If I am ever feeling down these chaps always entertain me and lift my spirit. I find now that I am retired and not working with my good friends anymore that the days blend into each other and it is easy to become isolated so this year I will start some volunteer work when I find the place where I will slot in. There are always openings for volunteers in most organisations but finding the one that is 'right' will be very important for me.
I don't make New Year's Resolutions as when I did I couldn't remember what they were after a while. Ha ha! One thing I do want to do this year is change my blog header but I can't remember how I made the original one so Mr.Google and I are currently doing some research to jog my memory.
It is a hot and muggy New Year's Eve as I write this and storms are forecast over the next few days. I hope that you are enjoying yourself wherever you are and that 2015 will bring you much joy and many blessings.