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This Will Be My Year...


2008 has been tough for a lot of us. For me, I've dealt with a lot of big things this year, but I've also grown more this year than probably any other year in my adult life. 2009 is going to be my year - my year to take care of me, get healthier, achieve greater happiness and deeper faith. For some reason, this old song from the 90s popped into my head this morning and I've already added to my iTunes faves. This will be my theme song of 2009, feel free to make it yours as well...


Semisonic: This Will Be My Year
Thursday's crush is a Friday night rush
And a Monday morning cry
It's the tail that you keep chasing
And it gets away every time
New Years Eve and it's hard to believe
Another Zodiac's gone around
While you drank yourself high on hoping
And watched the ceiling spin from the ground
Counting down from ten it's time
To make your annual prayer
Secret Santa in the sky
When will I get my share
Then you tell yourself
What you want to hear
Cause you have to believe
This will be my year
Pound your fist and cross it off your list
But you know you're not that strong
When the man at the stop light catches you
Singing along to a brand new song
Well maybe it's Trash or the overnight smash that brings a
Ship crashing through your wall
So you can make your grand departure
From a world getting way too small
One wheel in the ditch another
Spinning in the air
Put your pedal down to the floorboards but you're not
Getting anywhere
Then you tell yourself
What you want to hear
Cause you have to believe
This will be my year

Comments

  1. Many wishes for a Happy and Healthy 2009 :)

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  2. I couldn't agree with you more - I certainly feel that 2009 has got to be great! Here's to the blessings that the new year will bring to us all!

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  3. Isn't wonderful how the New Year brings such a renewal of spirit and strength and hope! I know that 2009 is going to be a great year for you!

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  4. A friend told me at the beginning of 2008 that "it would be my year." I really believed it, and it was a great year. I have faith you can make this a fabulous year. Afterall, it is your year, right? Cheers! Xoxo-BLC

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  5. That's the great thing about a new year. We all get a new start :-)

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  6. wishing you and your family a safe and blessed new year! enjoy reading your blog...
    ~nicole

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  7. What a positive and realistic outlook!

    Happiest New Year to YOU my friend.

    xo

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  8. I'm so happy to have a (real!) Southern Accent, too ! AND, even happier to find your awesome Blog! I can't wait to read about another bona fide Southern Belle! Blessings and Joy! (and come visit the FRY FAMILY, too)
    Click here: Thank God for FRYdays

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  9. I think 2009 will be a good year! Wishing you all the best!

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  10. This will totally be your year! I can tell!

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