Three years ago we had just avoided the end of the world, it was a close run thing but it seems that either the Mayans or the Numpties were wrong. So now in 2015 life has moved a long way on since the end of times.
On one hand world events should not leave us with a lot of optimism, but it’s nearly Christmas and in the last three years I’ve gained a lot. This makes me think that if my life is on an upward trend, and by the time 2018 rolls around no matter what else is going on I’m hoping my world continues to be good.
I can see the past in my posts, and I can see the improvement. Whether it was meeting Mrs G or the arrival of the Feliciraptor at lot has happened for the better (although at the moment my little dinosaur is sat behind me kicking her legs into my back).
The next few months will see the next arrival in the menager-G, and in three years time who knows if they will be the littlest or the middlest. They’ll certainly be at the stage where we know who they are, and that is exciting to find out. As with the Feliciraptor I’m sure there will be plenty of stories and learning experiences along the way.
Talking of the eldest, she will be in school and this will open a whole new world to us. Uniforms and homework, and the start of a decade long existence where we have to get her up on time.
If the past is anything to go by I may also be on my tenth new job in that time, I can say I’ve come a long way since 2012 so who knows where or what I’ll be doing on the eve of 2019.
There will have been new Star Wars, new Marvel films, perhaps the conclusion to Game of Thrones. New sport’s stories and the possibility that I may have completed two games. The next 36 months can barely go fast enough.
Rather than rush it all it will be nice to watch life happen, it will be as surprising and exciting as it will be boring and scary.
So for all that I’ll be doing on Christmas Eve 2018, one thing will be the same. That is to wish all who read this a Happy Christmas, and if this is not your holiday of choice have a good day tomorrow, from all at Family-G.
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Source: Ebb and Flow