Thank you for all the "thank yous" this year, and "thank you" to you too.
There is only one day left in 2020.
So much has happened in the blink of an eye this year. And here we are on December 30th, with a lot of things, tasks, and goals that we have yet to deal with. There are many things I could have done, but there are also many things I couldn't do.
I sincerely hope that you all have a wonderful 2020 and 2021 despite everything.
I hope you have a happy new year. I look forward to your continued support and patronage in the coming year.
Well, here is my diary to myself.
I don't really like New Year's because it's not very busy for me. Why do they go to the trouble of separating one day from the next, when each day is the same day and the same time? I don't understand, because each day is a new day for me, and each day is a separation. I don't understand it, because every day is New Year's, work, and play.
I think New Year's is the best time to settle things, and I think we all need to settle things, but I don't think once a year is enough. I think that people like me need to make a resolution or self-reflection every day.
Still, I am troubled and lost.
But even though I am troubled and confused, I move forward.
That's how we've been doing it, and that's how we'll continue to do it.
And I will continue to do what I need to do one by one so that I can achieve more and more goals next year. I will continue to do this.
I wonder what the world will be like next year. I can't help but be excited. Of course there are negative elements, but it's too interesting to think that common sense will cease to be common sense.
What was the point of common sense in the first place? Was it for my own convenience? Of course not. As long as we are human beings, we should be grateful for all things, know that nothing is too much, be excited about every day, and live with a smile.