Minnesota Prairie Roots

Writing and photography by Audrey Kletscher Helbling

Words to ponder upon beginning the new year December 31, 2013

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Sign at Fourth Avenue United Methodist Church

THIS MESSAGE GRABBED my attention recently at Fourth Avenue United Methodist Church, Faribault, Minnesota.

Definitely words to ponder as 2013 draws to a close and we look ahead, with hopefulness and resolution, to the new year.

What opportunities will you seize in 2014?

Copyright 2013 Audrey Kletscher Helbling


20 Responses to “Words to ponder upon beginning the new year”

  1. Beth Ann Says:

    Fabulous words, Audrey. My “words” are up today. Always a good exercise for me to choose my words.

  2. treadlemusic Says:

    I find that the opportunities I have missed are the ones passing me by while I’m looking DOWN at my current project/circumstances. I must (resolve!?) to look up and observe such so none are missed!! Great post………….hugs…………….

  3. Allan Says:

    “You can lead a horse to water, but a pencil must be lead”. Is this relative to “Words to ponder”? Happy New Year Audrey and family.

  4. Great Reminder – Great Reflection – Happy New Year!!!

  5. I for the most part,enjoyed the year,2013,
    It was a year that had some heartaches,as well as some wondderful,blessings,
    And I am looking forward to,2014,with a hopeful heart,that it holds blessings,for us all.
    Happy New Year To You All!

  6. Jackie Says:

    Great words to ponder…so I shall think about those opportunities, and try not to miss them. Happy New Year my friend!

    • Happy New Year to you and yours also, my dear friend! So glad I met you and Rick and your precious Audrey in 2013. Thanks also for all the info you gave me about Rochester when Caleb was looking for a place to live there.

  7. hotlyspiced Says:

    What a great quote. May 2014 be all you want it to be with best wishes to you and all your family xx

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