Tuesday, January 7, 2014

In 2014

2014 is here, and I was looking back and realizing that I didn't write down my annual look into the year. This has become something that I have done for 3 years, so here we go!

In 2013, I wrote this about the New Year. For 2012, I wrote this about what I thought might happen during the year. And just for old times sake..here is what I wrote about at the end of 2010.  

*Friends and family I know will have babies, and begin new relationships, and get engaged, and get married (2 big weddings this year), and some might beak-up.
* Staying fit and fabulous;) and all the lifestyle changes that encompasses (and being accountable to my friends)

*Being a bridesmaid for a dear friend 
*People that I know and love will pass away or suffer through illness

* I am going to continue to grow and be open to wonderful new things in my life, including relationships. No self-sabotage.
* Being dedicated to saving more and paying back what I owe (and I really mean it this time!!)
* Moving and a new job!
* Being there for my friends during this season of "waiting"
*Surrender and growth in my obedience to Christ (my main 2014 goal, that's still developing...)
*Continuing to indulge my travelbug. I have some BIG plans for May!
*Turning 29, and welcoming in another year of wisdom and beauty. And creating and working on my own 30 by 30 list!

For the past 3 years I have used the words below to end these posts. I'm not gonna start changing that now!
Now with all of that said I will say this.....2014 is a completely unknown entity. Sure, I know some things but they are so tiny compared to what I have no idea about. The key is to hold fast to God, have faith and grace, love my family and friends, and be the very best Sabrina Maude Stewart that I can be.....that should not be too hard ( I am kidding) it will probably take me 365 days to kind of get it right!


Stacey said...


Jess said...

Hey, sweetheart! I miss you. I just read up on all your posts (I confess, I was thinking about my own blog, and before writing, I thought I would read yours). I love you so much! I am so glad that the wedding was perfect. Are you going to take time for yourself soon? Maybe we should get together... I could buy you dinner. You deserve it.

Sabrina said...