New Years Tag

Thank you so much  Matt Kohrell  for creating this tag here, and Pooja G for the amazing personality you are in blogosphere. Hey tags can be used well I’m sure, and this is such an inter-person-connective way to end the year.

We have a few hours left, but if you’d like 1: Share a link back to the person who tagged you/ 2- Share a link to the person who created the tag- jesusluvsall.wordpress.com 3- Share a favorite New Year’s Memory

4- Answer the questions of the person who tagged you.

5- Tag whoever you want.

6- Use any picture that you like for New Years’.

  • My favourite New Years memory is family bonfire where we roast potatoes, grill chicken, watch embers, huddle, invite friends to sing/pray together, hug, share stories, count blessings, watch dawn in…
@DavidsPasture

Questions

1- If you could celebrate the New Year anywhere. Where would it be?

Oh here…

GALILEE, where Jesus was, walked, talked, places where He began to shush storm waves, and does today, even in my surroundings

2- What is your favorite snack food for New Years?

Ummmmm …. this?

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Kitsy & Dia’s bakeries

3- Have you ever kept a New Year’s resolution? If so, what was it?

2019 was about tidying up! I’ll say it worked 80% +, seriously, cuz I held on hereπŸ‘‡

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4- What do you want to do with your blog next year?

Make it as honest as I dare, be readable, be real.

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5- Do you prefer a big party or a small gathering to celebrate?

Depends. I love people, not necessarily masses all at once πŸ˜…

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My Nominees: anyone who’d like to, please feel free to tag yourself and use the same questions I did

Jubilance. Oil. RN

https://innerdialects.home.blog/2019/12/29/gratitude-2019/

https://innerdialects.home.blog/2019/12/28/stepping-into-these-last-few-days-of-2019/

https://innerdialects.home.blog/2019/12/21/i-said-a-prayer-for-you-today/

10 thoughts on “New Years Tag

  1. It takes but one memorable or favourite ‘bringing in of the New Year’ to make all subsequent ones special and a moment to pause and reflect.

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  2. A New Year bonfire is special, as the old year slios quietly away ushering in the new . Gazing into the fire is akin to star gazing or looking into someone’s eyes and a quiet contemplative way of bringing in the New year. Of course the fire has to be fed with wood and twigs and doused before one goes to bed in the hope of a good year.

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