December 29, 2015

almost complete

If someone is going to ask me about this year, how it was and how I feel, the immediate answer crossing my mind, would be:" I feel, like I got hit by a steamroller." And this is exactly, what 2015 stands for; a constant force, rolling in and out like never before. Twelve months of new perspectives, and of plans being thrown overboard like cardboard boxes. There had been a good dose of pain and tears, but also an equally huge share of love, understanding and precious experiences.

I was planning to write a perfectly laid out resumée, about all that has happened, but only going through the images made me understand, I am still not there yet. It will take some more days, maybe even weeks to finally get to the core of it all. The only thing I can say right now, I am happy and incredibly thankful for every little inch of 2015. There are a bunch of great people, who came into our lifes lately. Others have left, some because it was their time and some, for good reasons. Letting go is actually one of the biggest lessons, 2015 has taught me. It is no rocket science to understand this process, but I have never been awfully good at it. And the second huge lesson, had been on being loud, on speaking your mind, arcticulate your point clearly and to stand up for your moral standards. To be honest, I had always considered myself to be a person with a strong mind. How wrong I was and how often, I have been thinking more about other people's opinion about me, instead of showing my true colors.

Well, you see what I am babbling about and that there is still a lot to process and to digest over here, therefor I just want to say, how thankful I am, that you still visit this place, that you have sticked with me throughout a year of confusion, silence and with as little blogposts, as never before.

Tomorrow we will go on a little roadtrip to celebrate New Year with my family. The perfect ending to a year, which can be considered a hell of a journey.

I wish that your 2015 is ending on a sparkling note, a silent one if you're rather aiming for slowmotion, and that 2016 will start in the most pleasant or glorious way, we all can imagine. Lots of loving from the Fishbowl. I'll see you around next year.

* Do not forget to jump over and get your Foodthoughts Calendar 2016. Thank you.

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