The rich taste of eggnog and aroma of delectable spiced ginger cookies have faded away.
Some people think that once the tree and lights are put away, winter’s sparkle is gone, and the grey must inevitably settle on us. Buckle up, it’s all dim and sad until spring…
Here’s the thing.
January shimmers with the romantic splendor of no other month.
At each country property I show, soft white snow trims the evergreens. Snow stretches atop fences like a garland and frost sparkles on branches like crystal fireflies. It’s almost as though the properties heard we were coming, and excitedly dressed up in their Sunday best.
It’s impossible to feel grey and dull when glimpsing that kind of dazzling display.
The other day the most stunning sun dog blazed in rainbows around the sun. I stopped in my tracks to admire them. It amazed me to think that their incredible beauty is simply light reflected by ice crystals.
That’s what I want. I want to reflect Light – to be the clean, clear crystal that reflects all the colors light contains.
What the heck does that mean, right?
I guess to me it means sharing. I want to share what I know and how I live and work so that my colleagues can gain success. Watching my peers grow and succeed gives me great joy. The joy is immensely more if I get to participate by helping somehow – even if it’s as an example seen from afar.
January’s clean, crisp freshness is its splendor.
I feel … like January.
I’m clean and free of the clutter of resentment and bitterness I once carried.
Before me is 2016 – a fresh layer of snow on which I get to make new tracks.
Wait – do you smell that?
Yep, it’s adventure.
This is gonna be good…
What new tracks do you hope to walk this year?
Tina Plett, Sutton Group-Kilkenny Real Estate