I can’t believe it’s almost December 24th and already time to be thinking about goals for 2012. What a year it has been both for us as a family, for me starting up “Talk, Breathe, Live” and here at the blog. Here are some highlights:
Canada Post stamp competition-With the help of Sharon Pickering we ended up in 5th place out of over 300 submissions. Hard to believe that was almost a year ago.
Avril Webster’s – Off we Go series book contest
Started posting on S-O-S Research the Best of the Best blog
Started fundraising for the “Chocolate Race”
Mental Health awareness contest “Gayle Grass – Iris the Dragon”
Became a certified Life Coach and started “Talk Breathe Live”
Guest post by Diane Chesla from the “Chocolate Race”
Completed the “Chocolate Race” and raised over my goal of $500.00
Raised awareness of the “Chocolate Race” and the “Anxiety Disorder Association of Canada” by being featured in a local paper
Another contest give away of “Gayle Grass – Iris the Dragon” books
Became a member of “S-O-S Team”
Guest blog by Rhonda Ursulak of “Nature’s Backpack”
Guest blog by Karen Levangie of “Dark Shadow Studio”
I’ve blogged this year about gym class, successes, frustrations and tears of both joy and sadness. In the end I am happy that this year the blog has reached even more parents and families that are looking for answers and support. 2012 has so many good things in store; I can’t wait.
All of this great stuff would not have meant anything if it weren’t for you – my blog readers. You have shared parts of your life with us, you have opened up to some very personal feelings and you have reached out. You have thanked me for my resources, you have added to my resources and you make ever post I write feel so good. Thank you for welcoming the blog into your house.
This year, as it quickly is coming to a close I wish you a Merry Christmas or Happy Hanukkah or Kwanzaa. Whichever celebration you partake in I wish you all the best and thanks for making 2011 the great year it was.
“Never worry about the size of your Christmas tree. In the eyes of children, they are all 30 feet tall.”
Larry Wilde quotes
Let’s make 2012 magical!