A New Year’s Eve

3 Jan

What is it that makes the hearts beat so fast on a New Year’s eve?…

As far as we can remember, the expectations for the most special night of the year are always very high. Where to go? With whom would we like to spend it? Where is the best, the biggest, the most impressive party? The one where we will be sure to pay an appropriate tribute to this year ending… The best way to begin this year coming…

Year after year, we get to know ourselves better.

And we reduce the ritual of passing to a new year to the essential. To the simple things.

To enjoying the creative cooking talent of a friend. Getting acquainted with the menu over a cup of coffee. And then set to the kitchen for a few hours of meditative “cooking together”.

To go out for a walk and let the winter magic inspire you.

Until the sun goes to sleep for the last time in this year.

To just enjoy being together , conscious of all we have, and of all we don’t have. And to feel a sparkling happiness thinking of the things to come in 2011.

To remember our childish side and play games together. To laugh, and shout, and smile. And at midnight kiss each other with very shiny eyes…

Happy New Year to all of you!


3 Responses to “A New Year’s Eve”

  1. A friend in Vietnam January 4, 2011 at 12:18 pm #

    Hi Thomas,

    I Love this post. Thanks for sharing your simple & happy New Year Celeration. It is often the case of a learning curve that we have gone very far longing for fancy experiences, and feeling happy to get back to where we have started the journey.

    Glad to see you ‘ve found the way, be happy & surrounded by your lovely lady & good friends.

    Happy New Year.

  2. Lihni January 6, 2011 at 7:42 am #

    Oh, ich sehe das Bäuchlein ist ganz schön angewachsen :-). Euch beiden ein wundervolles, gesundes neues Jahr!

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