Things are Cooking – an End of Year Update

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I want to inform you that my posts will take a little hiatus over the next few weeks. During the holidays I will take a little break with no set posting schedule or theme but I can assure you that you will be hearing from me again very soon after the new year, if not before. You know I can’t leave this page for too long.

   I’m working on making some changes to this website and will be introducing a brand new logo which I hope you will approve of, something more fitting for a king and the blog in general. I’m also re-structuring and beginning to pair down.?  It’s time to let go of some things that are not working out the way they used to (as life goes, things move forward) and I will embrace the things that are working, always with an eye out for the new & unexpected.  I’m looking forward to the change and starting the new year off in a slightly new direction.kitchenblog3

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My personal life has had some major ups and downs this year but knock on wood I’m healthy and getting back on track and ready for what may come. Part of the excitement is not really knowing what may come….a paradox maybe but that’s the ambiguity of the unknown. There’s something surprising around every corner.

Things I’ve learned this year:

I’ve learned that you can never be prepared for what life may throw you (both good and bad) but you deal with it the best way possible and it makes you a stronger person in the end. (yeah you know the saying…what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger? Well, you realize you didn’t die, so that in itself is a big plus!).  That, and not take things for granted.

I’m not taking things for granted because I know how things can change in a flash.  Some changes are good but some I still have a hard time accepting.  Sometimes you don’t want to know the dirty details so your mind draws its own conclusions so you can get through the day, sometimes you’re better off knowing everything. As it stands, I’m still torn between the two.

I’ve learned to do some critical thinking, not believe what everyone says to be true, not to expect too much, to expect more, love is fleeting, love is forever, sometimes a little push is required to make everything fall naturally into place, some people may disappoint, others bring you joy, when people show you who they are, believe them the first time.   I will never be with someone who is hurtful and does not value me enough to want to talk things over before there’s a problem or misunderstanding. Best thing of all; miracles do exist but I’ve always know that. It’s all a mystery that we may never be able to fully make sense of.  So what?  Life is good! Live it well while you can.

So I’m ready for some excitement.

On that note….

I wish you nothing but joy on your personal journey and hope life treats you well wherever you may be.  Have a healthy, happy and successful 2016!

Meet me back here for more subject matters discussing Life, Style & Substance.

If you have any comments or suggestions for upcoming posts please I’d love to hear from you in the comments section.  xo1

 

 

 

 

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