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January 9, 2012

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Bless the month of January and its fresh, new psychological smell. It is hope incarnate. Goodbye December and your frenzied climax. After 365 days of scrambling up and down the ladder rungs of our lifestyle choices, take a nosedive into a pool of coffee beans for an optimistic whiff. Cleanse your olfactory senses from a year spent, freshen your mental load, and start filling the empty pages January gifted you with. Imagine chapters furnished in personal transformation, promise and hope. I’m so grateful our calendar twirls on a revolving carousel, but never more so then in January because that’s the month a new year is born.

Wishing everyone

Happy New Year

with a little help from a beautiful bird singing a happy song…

“We should always know that we can do anything”
  Go Do, by Jónsi

                                                                         Do


Go Do Lyrics:

(Go : Go : Go : Kitty : Kitty : Kitty)

Go sing, too loud
Make your voice break- Sing it out
(Go : Go : Go Kitty : Kitty : Kitty)
Go scream, do shout
Make an earthquake…

You wish fire would die and turn colder
You wish your love could see you grow older
We should always know that we can do anything

Go drum, do proud
Make your hands ache – Play it out
Go march through crowd
Make your day break…

You wish silence released massive tremors
You wish, I know it, surrender to summers
We should always know that we can do everything

Go do, you’ll learn to
Just let yourself, fall into landslide

Go do, you’ll learn to
Just let yourself, give into low tide

Go do!

Tie strings to clouds
Make your own lake – Let it flow
Throw seeds to sprout
Make your own break – Let them grow

Let them grow (Endless summers)
Let them grow (Endless summers)

(Go do endless summers)

You wish surprise, will never stop wonders
You wish sunrise, will never fall under

You wish surprise, will never stop wonders
You wish sunrise, will never fall under
We should always know that we can do everything

Go do!

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