Happy New Year! Welcome 2016!
I’ve been on a blogging vacation. I’m sorry I haven’t posted anything in a while. I took time to spend with my husband and children through the holiday. I hope that your holiday season was as happy and blessed as mine was.
Here I am and I’m back! I look forward to a new year full of new things and I can’t wait to share them with you! I’m not big on resolutions for the new year because I don’t think you need a new year to start the journey of something new. I do however have one thing that I want to start this year. Growing up my grandmother would always have Sunday dinner at her house. Family and friends would stop at the house after church, some would stay long and others would just pop in for a quick hello and be on their way. I have recently been watching Blue Bloods on Netflix……..I LOVE IT!! Anyways, the tradition of Sunday dinner is a big part of the show. It got me thinking of what it was like at my grandparents house when I was young. I want that for my family. I want that for my new year. I want that for the memories that will be made. 2016 is going to be the start of Sunday dinners here at the Cassidy house! I am so excited. I am hoping to share my recipes and menus with you once a week so you can also be part of our Sunday dinner table!
2015 was a great year and I look forward to what 2016 will bring. Voluntown Housewife had some awesome growth! Check out our most popular posts in 2015 by clicking here.
I love this life that I am living and the journey never fails to amaze me. God has blessed me with many things and I am praying that in 2016 I’m able to keep my eyes on him and laugh more, love more, and appreciate all that I have been given. I hope all the same for you. Thank you for taking time out of you life to be part of mine.
“Count your blessings instead of your crosses.
Count your gains instead of your losses.
Count your joys instead of your woes.
Count your friends instead of your foes.
Count your smiles instead of your tears.
Count your courage instead of your fears.
Count your full times instead of your lean.
Count your kind deeds instead of your mean.
Count your health instead of your wealth.
Love your neighbor as much as yourself.”