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Saturday, December 31, 2011

2012 Shake it up, shake it off! Bits 14!

It's been quite the year. What can I say? The greatest year of my life is an understatement. We're so blessed and so grateful. Our families and our friends continue to amaze us with their love and support. I'm looking forward to the year ahead. Today I picked up the keys to Coriander Girl's new home across the street. A larger space with a backyard and a full basement. 2012 is looking pretty exciting so far. I have many goals, resolutions aren't really my style so I'll keep it simple.

In no particular order,
1. Shake it up, shake it off.
2. Shake it up, shake it off.
3. Shake it up, shake it off.

That'll do.

Let's make waves people! Shake it up!
If you're actions come from a place of love, you can't go wrong. Surround yourself with loving, supportive people and let go of the painful relationships that stifle your joyful heart. Shake off the negative experiences that drag you down and lighten your heavy heart with a good dance break. Take bigger risks because life is too short to sit back and watch other people live their dreams.
Happy New Year my darlings! Wishing you a year filled with good things and triumphs o' plenty!
Now dance with me!
Alison xo


Florence and the Machines~ Shake it up, shake it off

6 comments:

Shades of pale said...

u make me smile! happy new year my friend xo

Becky @ Sugar from Sunshine said...

you are fearless and beautiful...love your video! Congrats on your new shop, can't wait to see!
Happy New Year,
Becky

Danielle said...

You are the cutest! Wishing you all the best in 2012! Can't wait to see the new shop!

Siv Kouth said...

i just LOVE this song!

Heather said...

Love love love it! What a great post...so inspiring! Thanks for the joy : )
(side note: I am also in love with Harry. too sweet.)

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