Today is my 69th birthday. I have told my friends and family that I am declaring June 5, 2019 to June 5, 2020 to be a year of Chelabration. Rather than wallowing in negativity in this, the last year of my 60th decade, I want to celebrate ALL YEAR.Β  I have made a list of things I want to see, do, and learn this year. The list is a growing and changeable document. My blogging friends are on my list. I want to continue to communicate with all of you. I love to read your posts and learn new things. I’d like to share my Chelabration with you.
There are a few things on my list that I got an early start on learning. One of them is playing a ukulele. One of my sons told me that he heard that ukuleles only sound good when they are played at home. 😁
Right now, I am learning some chords. I can play a mean Twinkle, Twinkle.
I also got started on some water coloring. There are so many great tutorials on YouTube. Eventually, I would like to take a class, but my summer schedule does not jive with what is being offered in town.
Yesterday was my first Tai Chi class. One of my Meemaw friends and I decided this might be a good experience for us. The classes are taught in the San Antonio Botanical Gardens, so we get the bonus of a beautiful environment.
My sister, Emma, set me this new logo that she created for my 69th birthday.
So, here is to a new year!

9 thoughts on “Chelabration

  1. I’m cheering you on. I think this is the best idea ever. I applaud your creative optimistic spirit. Looking forward to seeing what this year brings. Happy birthday!

  2. Happy Birthday Chela! πŸŽ‰πŸŽ‚πŸŽˆπŸŽŠ
    Chelabration is awesome! Your sister made the perfect logo for you.
    I love how you embrace life and spread the cheer. It’s a pleasure following your blog and I’m excited to see all you do!

    PS Your son’s comment about the ukulele made me lol 😊

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