Going through the year’s photos, I came across this shot I took a while back. It was early in the morning at a beach, and the sand had just been raked. I took it because it reminded me of a clean start – no footprints ahead except the ones I make.
So I thought it was a fitting symbol for the new year.
Also, the horizon is wonky, because I’m me.
Happy New Year everyone! Here’s to a fabulous 2018. Let’s all do better in the areas we now know better, and let’s trust the Lord to show us what to do with all the rest! 🙂
UPDATE: I just read K E Garland’s post for today – while I simply gave a nod to Maya Angelou’s words, “When you know better, do better,” she has completely unpacked it. I highly recommend you read it!