6 responses to “Word for the Year”

  1. Liz

    Oh, I just did a post on this for my own blog. My word for this year is: faith. I’ve had a very blessed few years, and now I find myself constantly waiting for things to go wrong — the other shoe to drop, so to speak. No way to live life. So this year I want to have faith — not that everything will always go well, but that I will find the resilience in myself and through the support of family and friends to respond to the challenges that do arise.

    Wellness is a great thing to strive for — great choice, Rosie.

  2. Kelley C

    RECLAMATION -” the conversion of wasteland into land suitable for use of habitation or cultivation.”
    After 5.5 years of full time parenting, I am in reclamation mode . . .for me and for my little loves. 🙂

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  4. Lisette

    Acceptance. Of myself and others.

  5. Mary

    Appreciate is my word for the year, so that I can learn to honor my time and myself.

  6. Word Up | Rosie Molinary

    […] to be at peace with this part of my life as I knew it would blink by.  Last year, my word was wellness.  I had really put everything possible aside to welcome Happy to our world and get him adjusted […]

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