I never was a party person. Then again, I was never invited to a party. But if I was invited, and if there was a toast to be made, this would be mine. It’s rather long and may be the reason I was never invited to the party 😉 – Kelly
Here’s to all of our mountains: past, present and future. May they enjoy their place in the sea. (Matthew 17:20)
Here’s to faith, hope and love being action verbs and not buzz words.
Here’s to forgiveness, not just for others, but more importantly for ourselves.
Here’s to being our best cheerleader, instead of our own worst critic.
Here’s to moving on.
Here’s to letting bygones be bygones.
Here’s to polite selfishness, putting yourself first in a nice way.
Here’s to purging your MySpace friends list without warning.
Here’s to purging people from your life. It’s needed and very healthy.
Here’s to never being content. I feel if you are content, you never grow. You never push yourself forward.
Here’s to meeting in the middle.
Here’s to realizing you can’t please all the people all the time and being totally okay with that.
Here’s to peace. Real, true, unbelievable peace. (John 14:27)
Here’s to goals. Screw resolutions.
Here’s to you, Mrs. Robinson.
Here’s to being humble. Realizing you aren’t the smartest person in the room. However, if you are the smartest person in the room, you need a bigger room.
Here’s to a world free of egos but not Eggos.
Here’s to open doors. May we never simply walk through, but burst through, taking full advantage of every opportunity.
Here’s to blind faith even if it’s really really really blind.
Here’s to stupid questions. My dad once said, there is no such thing as a stupid question. If someone spent their time to ask (and maybe even think), you should always honor him/her with a polite response. This is the easiest way to make friends.
Here’s to ignoring good advice and the consequences it brings.
Here’s to the letter “U” always following the letter “Q”.
Here’s to speaking up and out instead of thinking in and down.
Here’s to family being redefined as a group of people who love you unconditionally, not limited to people you are related to.
Here’s to saying no and the freedom that comes with it.
Here’s to letting love rule.
Here’s to you.
Here’s to me.
Here’s to 2009.