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  1. Frank Hubeny December 21, 2020 / 11:21 am

    It is the ending that is important. Good observation from James Sherman.

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  2. obbverse December 21, 2020 / 12:05 pm

    Turn over new ground and bury the past.

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  3. petespringerauthor December 21, 2020 / 12:15 pm

    That is my philosophy, although I can’tsum it up as well as James Sherman. There are only a couple of do-overs I’d like in life, but that’s not the way these things work. The main thing is to learn from our past experiences.

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    • Chel Owens December 22, 2020 / 8:31 am

      ❤ This, I need to remember!


  4. johnlmalone December 30, 2020 / 1:01 am

    you’re so right, Chelsea: I had a disastrous Xmas, hinted at in my ‘Rumble’ post ; but I can start now and make a new ending; thank you and btw Happy New year 🙂

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    • Chel Owens December 30, 2020 / 9:18 am

      I’m sorry about the Christmas disaster; yes, aim for what you can change. Happy new year!

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  5. hbsuefred January 3, 2021 / 1:16 pm

    I have seen many thoughts similar to this one expressed in many different ways and in many different places, mostly on Facebook. I generally subscribe to i.e. agree with all of them. That’s why I, contrary to most people, like Mondays. I see them as an opportunity to begin again, on a regular basis. Also why I titled my practice blog that I may or may not be using in WP Beginning Blogging course, Starting Over, and why one of the subjects I expected to blog about on my old blog was Friendships and New Starts.

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    • Chel Owens January 3, 2021 / 3:37 pm

      You have an excellent perspective. I clearly need to embrace Mondays better.

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