When we were in Tennessee over the new year, Loren and I were in the car one night talking. With the new year a few days away, the subject of goals for the next year came up. Loren said she had written goals for herself but she was reluctant to share them with me because she didn’t want me to bug her about them. I told her she didn’t have to tell me, but I was happy she was setting goals and if there was anything I could do to help all she had to do was ask.

She did end up telling me what they were and she had really thought it out well. She didn’t just have goals but she had thought about the actions she needed to take to reach each one. I told her to let me know if there was ever anything I could do to help.

The next day, Lou and I were talking and I told him about Loren’s and my conversation and her reluctance to share her goals. 

He laughingly said, ‘She didn’t want to tell you because she doesn’t want you to nag her about them’. 

I started laughing and said, ‘She says I bug her, you call it nagging, I think of it as helping’.

Potayto, potahto

Talk to you next month. Until then, may you be blessed with warmth in your home, love in your heart, peace in your soul and joy in your life.

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