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Happy 2015

HAPPY NEW YEAR!

I decided to kick off the new year by making my grandma's cinnamon rolls!

After doing some reflecting on 2014 on NYE and journaling my thoughts.  I came to the conclusion for the year that priorities change.  I know.  Groundbreaking.  
I don't have a 9x13 pan.
Girl's got to do what a girl's got to do.
One year ago, some things that were priorities just aren't priorities anymore.  It's not good.  It's not bad.  It's just the fluidity of life.

And being ok with that.  Being ok that I didn't achieve something that was a priority is ok.  

I have new areas of focus and I'm trying things I hadn't thought of a year ago.

Finding the balance of the two and enjoying the steps along the way.

And sometimes realizing it's not terrible, but maybe you need more practice.  My first attempt at Grandma's cinnamon rolls was good, but they are nothing in comparison to my grandma's, which I've had several times a year for the past 27 years and she could probably make in her sleep.  Yep, no where close.  But you have to start somewhere.

Here's to practice and learning new things in 2015!

P.S.  Welcome 2015 with lucky foods.

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  1. Absolutely delicious cinnamon rolls! :)

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