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It’s not even one week into the brand new year, and already there are piles of clean, unfolded laundry all over the bedroom floor.

You have to wear socks in the kitchen right now because I haven’t mopped in a while, and it’s too grimy for bare feet. New and old toys are everywhere; the downstairs office is so full bins and loose papers and empty Amazon boxes that you can barely open the door.

I have a pile of books that I want to read, need to read, will be better for reading, but they remain uncracked on my nightstand. Instead, I’ve been watching episodes of The Walking Dead on Netflix with my husband while the dryer rolls in the background. [Read the full post here.]

27 comments

  1. A beautiful message, rendered with gracefulness. This is why I don’t make lists of resolutions anymore – for me, it feels like too much pressure! (If it works for you, though, more power to you :D) But I realized some time ago that if I’m made new all the time and His mercies are new every morning, well…it could be New Year’s every day if that’s what it takes. Press on, Addie!

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    • Addie

      Yes, new mercies every morning. I’d forgotten that verse. Lovely.

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  2. yes… life is incredibly unmeasurable especially when we live so much of it in our heads… where reality and imagination mingle into one time slot.

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    • Addie

      Beautifully said. Thanks Vincent.

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      • thank you Addie and thanks for inspiring me to connect reflection to feeling through your blog… i mention you in my introduction…

        bye for now, Vincent

        http://vincenzofrancesco.wordpress.com/

        p.s. there is a glitch on my page and for unknown reasons your blog no longer shows up on my blogroll list… i checked my dashboard and everything is okay there… i haven’t figured out what happened???

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  3. Love the awareness that love, not New Year’s, brings about true change. Amen and amen! Lovely, Addie.

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    • Addie

      Learning. :) Thanks Kelley.

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  4. Grace David

    The perfectionist in me relates to the perfectionist in you. This is a great reminder. Thanks for sharing your insights — you’re a great writer!

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    • Addie

      Thanks so much Grace. Recovering-perfectionist-high-five. :)

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  5. This is so lovely. I make lists and resolutions every year, but I needed the reminder that we are made new by Love.

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    • Addie

      I know. I can’t give up my lists totally either. But it’s freeing to realize that God is doing something new every single moment, regardless of how I screw up the ones before it. Thanks Katie. :)

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  6. (Addie, I tried to leave this comment on your blog, but sometimes the internet tries to make me crazy and it didn’t post, but then it says it did post…yada yada. Anyway, if you get duplicate comments, sorry!)

    This is a great post. I can relate to the goal of ending up writing in the sun and the cartwheeling and the cooking. And reading your post made me realize that what I’m really after is that feeling, that contentedness in myself and my mothering and my writing and my marriage. I love the idea of the soft glowing streetlights up ahead. I love the idea of being led toward something new. It fits with my life since I’m always disappointed when the new year doesn’t miraculously clean anything. Figuratively or literally. I love that idea that even though I’m still walking down the foggy street there are beacons ahead of me that I can aim for that are light and warm. Like contentedness and peace and patience. And that the lights are given to me by someone else, I don’t have to generate them on my own. Of course I’ll still write some goals out to keep me walking toward those lights, but this was all a beautiful, insightful post.

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    • Addie

      Thanks so much Janice. Love how you said it here: “what I’m really after is that feeling, that contentedness in myself and my mothering and my writing and my marriage.” Yes. Me too.

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  7. Joni

    Your blog today was a gift. I have to hold it a while before I can say more. Thank you!

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    • Addie

      Thanks so much Joni. So glad.

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  8. Such a wonderful post, especially this: “And the truth about the New Year is that it doesn’t change a thing. I’m not made new by the turn of the calendar, but by Love. I’m new because of Christ, new every single moment of each broken-down old day.” And I think you’re right: we’re looking over the things that matter, often, and focusing in on things that so don’t.

    But at least your piles of laundry are clean, you whiner ;), and you can watch _Walking Dead_ w/o having a nightmare.

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    • Addie

      Ha! Yes much of it is clean and getting more and more wrinkled all the time. :) (And so far I’ve been nightmare-free, but it’s definitely a creepy show. We’ll see how much longer I can last.) Thanks Brandee!

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  9. Yes, it’s not the turn of the page in the calendar that changes us but Love. I can relate to all you’ve said here Addie. I’m not into resolutions but I’ll take refining any day.

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    • Addie

      Thanks Shelly.

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  10. I loved this post! Thanks so much for it! I’m a list person so I love the reminder that lists aren’t what is most important. My “goals” for the New Year are all things that are outside myself. If you’d like to check them out – http://www.susannahkellogg.blogspot.com/2013/01/outside-myself.html

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    • Addie

      Thanks Susannah! Loved your list!

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  11. Addie. I want to be your friend! Your story is my story. Books on the side table. Laundry running in the next room. Unmopped kitchen floor. Except hubby and I are watching BigBang Theory reruns. And time just being together is valuable. Thanks for your words today. They help me find grace. They help me recenter myself. Thanks!

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    • Addie

      Thanks so much Katie. :) Love finding people who share my story — unmopped floors and all!

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  12. Reading this late, but it is still so worth it. Thank you, Addie, for putting good and lovely words to this great truth – it is not the resolutions that make the year, it is the love. Happy New Year, friend.

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    • Addie

      Thanks so much Diana. :)

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  13. Like you ripped a page from my heart.

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