The Changing of the Guard

As December draws toward its end and a new calendar year lies just over the horizon and out of sight, there is always a sense of anticipation. It’s a many-layered thing, too, this look forward, carrying my constant consternation at all of the possibly awful unknowns like some sort of a scratchy underlayment to the innocent eagerness to discover great and wonderful things ahead. My own small history has taught me that both will hold true to one degree or another in 2015, just as they have for every day, season, year, and chapter in my life, little speck that it is in the equally fearful and fantastic unseeable future of the whole of existence. Knowing that these things will come to be regardless of any worry or wondering on my part never stops me from either of those things.Graphite drawing + text: Change of Heart

The one very best aspect of all of this is that I find every modification does move me to grow and change. I, along with the days, seasons, years, and chapters of my storyline, can be made better by their passage if I choose to keep my mind and heart engaged. Newness ahead can mean new life ahead. Today is a day whenΒ the beautiful potential of the best kinds of change should shine most brightly on the horizon of anyone who longs for it.

13 thoughts on “The Changing of the Guard

  1. Good morning Kathryn, and thank you for this post and the wisdom that lies within.
    I always get excited at the prospect of a new year….and this particular year I go into with renewed hope and anticipation.
    Wishes for you and your family to enjoy the most wonderful holiday season and new year to come. Janet.:)xxx

  2. You’re so right, Kathryn. I think the key to success, as one matures, is to remain engaged. And it’s never too late to get back into the swing things. πŸ™‚
    Wishing you and your Conductor, Kathryn, a blessed Christmas and a joy-filled New Year.

  3. Your post is wonderfully written, full of wisdom, positivity in abundance, and I love it πŸ™‚
    Merry Christmas and a thrilling, adventurous new year to you and your beloved ones πŸ™‚
    Beth

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