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The Hit List – Is this year over yet?

The year is coming to a close, and with it comes the annual tradition of people predicting what will happen in the future. We have all been guilty of this at some point or another, but now we are going to take a look at some of the most interesting predictions from across the globe.

The the hit list songs 2021 is a song that was released by the band, The Hit List. The song talks about how they are looking forward to this year being over.

The leaves are changing a variety of colors, including red and gold. This is a sure indication that the year is drawing to a close in these areas. It won’t be long until the holidays come, the Times Square ball drops, and we’re ready to start working on our New Year’s resolutions.

While I’d want to get to the finish line as soon as possible (I’m a sucker for a new year), I’m aware that there’s still a long way to go. It wasn’t a good year last year, and it wasn’t any better this year.

Sure, there were indications of progress on a number of fronts, and I’d even picked up a few victories over here. However, a slew of bizarre occurrences dampened my excitement. “2021 can kiss my grits!” I find myself repeating every other day.

I’m not someone who dwells on the bad. I’m more patient and happy-go-lucky than a hippo looking for a drinking hole in the midst of a desolate desert (do hippos dwell in deserts?) by nature. This year, my patience was put to the test, and I didn’t feel particularly fortunate.

I’m not the only one that thinks this way. A few acquaintances said that they, too, are eager for the year to finish, ideally a few of weeks early. We’ve completed the task.

But we also know that the years are passing us by quicker than ever before, which is one of the things that happens as you grow older. Suddenly, the children have grown up, arthritis has become the norm, and we begin to wax lyrical about mindfulness, being present, and all that stuff.

How do you find pleasure in the present moment and make every minute matter when you’re ready to kick this year to the curb?

That’s the problem I’m attempting to solve. I’m afraid I don’t know how to solve this problem. So I’ll whine a little, meditate a lot, and try to keep my eyes on the bright side of things. Because, to tell you the truth, it wasn’t all terrible.

Maybe this year will stay with us after all. At least for the next two and a half months.

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This paw can communicate with 2021!

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What I’m Appreciative Of:

The scent of new ink

Fresh autumn air is blowing through the windows.

I’m having a glass of wine with someone I care about.

Finding feathers at random

Earrings that are new

 

10/9/21’s soundtrack:

Pink Pantheress Must Apologize

 

Theresa, I wish you all the best.

The Tarot Lady 2021 | Theresa Reed

photographs taken from stock photos

 

 

The the hit list winners is a game that has been around for many years. It is played by predicting the winner of each match in the World Cup.

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