Friday, January 1, 2010

Hello, 2010!

Thank you for being nice to me, lovely new year :)



I am no longer "grounded"! I understand what my father was trying to do...he was trying to make sure I value my freedom, and that I am thankful for it.
Not that it is something that can be taken away, but at times, it can be a luxury. And I fully understand that.


here I love that book/film

I realized that our children won't know what cassette tapes are, they wouldn't be able to imagine life before the internet, the won't have a VCR nor tapes to tape things on to, or watch their favorite cartoons..If video killed the radio star, who is it that's going to die during this decade?
they took the credit for your second symphony.
Rewritten by machine and new technology,
and now I understand the problems you can see. 


I will shine this decade. We all should.

It's now or never.
I understand that I will never be to old to be my parents' daughter! And I will never be too old to learn, never too old to heal...

I woke up today to a message from Uncle Steve, and being the emotional person I currently am, it made me cry! He said that once I know what I want, it will all work out fine, I will find obstacles, but I shall overcome them. Yes, my Uncle Steve is amazing! (and so are both sides of my family!)

I'll leave you with this:



18 comments:

Maria-Thérèse afiori.com said...

Those are great words to live by!!

Selma said...

Happy New Year!!!
I will definitely take the "never be too old to learn!!" deal...that's what most people forget. They think you git 24, let alone 28 and then your school days are over. I think it's different. We should learn and read and do whatever we like until we can't remember, hold a book, or go after what we so love in life! :)

Go now, and live! :)

مى said...

Happy new year babe :)

<3

Shokoofeh said...

Thank you Sara.
I just needed it.

xo

Betty said...

I just love that last picture and its message, it's perfect.

I've got something for you on my blog, let me know if you like it :)

Sarah, The New Girl said...

Thanks for the birthday wishes!! Happy New Year to you!

Sarah C said...

isn't it strange that a decade is over? time creeps on so quickly sometimes...

also, thanks for sharing that end quote. what inspiration!

Wessam said...

haha! I love this song! And I love its message...

I see you've been actually listening, good gurl :D

Happy New Year hun!

The start of mine was crazy. Remind me to tell ya about it...

beautifulnemo said...

I'm so happy to read this post from you and feel your emotions.
Really.
Happy.
:)
The last pic is amazing. I've saved it:)

Kamana said...

excellent start to the year!

Elizabeth Marie said...

Happy New Year...such amazing words to remember.

BE YOU. I needed that.

Wessam said...

Journalist!!

Awwwww Yeaaaah!

Nikolett said...

Such a beautiful post ... it's so important to live in the moment, in the here and now. And I'm glad you've gotten that freedom ... sometimes with dads they take a while to give it you, but then you understand why. I really hope this is an amazing year for you.

As for what is going to die during this decade ... maybe the television since everything's on the internet nowadays! Just a thought, though :)

aren said...

Haha, I've had my fair share of being quarantined in my room. :L

And, I know! There is a generation that won't be able to appreciate the advances technology such as the Internet and DVDs. The won't be able to experience when Disney and Nickelodeon was actually good.

Barry said...

Sara, I love your attitude. You're seeing life with a wisdom beyond your years and I think the future holds much in store for you.

This journey you're on is very interesting to me. I'm glad I found your blog, and I wish you all good things this year.

Anna said...

hang in there darling-- it will all work out better than can be imagined!

happy 2010!! xoxo

Lauren said...

happy new year!! <3
lovely words.

chicknamedhermia said...

I miss cassettes *sigh*
And yes, I was wondering this on the way to work this morning.....in another 40 years, what new stuff will there me and how many things that we WORSHIP now will be obsolete!?