It has been a while since I have written a post (my apologies). Time has gone so fast this year with its share of up and downs that Christmas is now only 12 days away. Where has the time gone you wonder? Into preparation for 2015.
The year was a struggle to say the least and my optimism at the start of the year was quickly halted once again by predicted wrist pain. But now I am happy to say I have been pain free for the last four weeks and am finally in the physical condition to call myself strong again. With this being said, I am now back into the game at full speed. My plans for 2015 are much more stable and definitive than I can admit they were last year. A lot of the things that were holding me back are not anymore. I cant even begin to explain how exciting that is for me, but i’m sure you will all know what I am talking about. So although the year didn’t go entirely as planned, it went as well as could be expected with the new year/season coming up.
Along with the fact I physically had a positive ending to the year, my actual biggest success was the people I met. I was fortunate enough to meet people from multiple different countries. Networking has become not only an asset to my life, but also a pleasure. I have learnt so many things from people far wiser than I may possibly ever be and I am also now lucky enough to call these people my friends. They were a big support through the year and will continue to be a positive influence in my life going forward. There are many thanks that I need to repay, but it will show a lot stronger in my future success. If any of you are reading this right now, you know who you are and I am very thankful to have you in my life. My posts should be more consistent and successful this year coming up. With that being said, I will be continuing to update my blog regularly going forward. I am sorry for the long leave of absence this year. My focus was away from the computer for the most part.
Lastly, as I have just returned to California, I will be spending the christmas period away from my family this year for the sake of my golf and what I need to do. So please do make sure if you are home with yours that you appreciate every moment. It is a wonderful blessing many will not be able to have this year.
MERRY TWELFTH DAY BEFORE CHRISTMAS!!