New Year Resolutions From My Wild Florida Friends

Big Al says, “In the New Year, I’m going to keep my head above water and always have an eye out for a good opportunity.”


Tommy turtle says, ” My motto is, don’t hurry, be happy. Life isn’t a race. We all get there in the end.”


Mr GBH says, “I’m going to take some time out of each day to meditate and I refuse to stress about those things that I cannot control or change.”


Great Egret says, “When I choose to rise above the drama, the view is wonderful and the way forward becomes clearer.”


Woody wood stork says, “I always strive to have balance in my life. I stay calm and grounded whilst being totally focused on my goals.”


Grandpa Igasho is looking a bit dishevelled and rather concerned as he keeps a watch out for human predators from his safe perch high up in the trees. His New Year resolution is to always stay one step ahead of the opposition because you never know what their next move will be.


Last up but most important, Perry and Penny pelican say, “Whatever the question, always remember that love is the answer.”


Thank you to everyone who takes the time to visit my blog. I appreciate you all and wish you a very happy, healthy and successful 2020.

83 comments on “New Year Resolutions From My Wild Florida Friends

  1. Happy new year dear Sylvia !
    Your birds and local residents really know where they are going or where they want to be .. don’t we all πŸ˜‰ Lovely post .
    Here’s to a splendid new decade full of everything you wish for …
    Love Poppy x

  2. How I enjoyed this post and the Wisdom it contains!! LOVED it!! May you and your husband experience the very best year together in this New Year of 2020. Many blessings to you and yours, Sylvia!! xo

  3. Absolutely perfect… loved your images and the great advice to go with them. May you and your family enjoy a marvelous 2020, keeping all that good advice you posted! πŸ˜€

  4. I so enjoyed hearing what all your wild friends have to say, Sylvia, great wisdom, and fun, too. It’s always a joy to stop by here and I so appreciate you sharing the beautiful wonders who visit you throughout the year. Happy New Year!

    • Thanks, Lavinia. Igasho is still around but he’s way up in the trees along the side of our lake. I look for the splash of orange every morning and so far, so good. I think he’s very cautious of those Iguana Control guys, and with good reason. 😳

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