The 2016 Manifesto of Friday (which is WAY better than any New Year’s Resolution!)


Well, hello there 2016!  Nice to meet you, new friend.  And may I say – I can’t wait to get to know you better.

I know you probably have a lot in store for each of us this year. And I know there will be ups and downs with each day, month, and season. So instead of one, impossible resolution to try and keep this year, I’m taking a few suggestions from our boy, Friday, and making myself a 2016 manifesto.

The 2016 Manifesto of Friday:

Everything that is supposed to become BIG must begin quite small.

Everything big must start small



Anyone can fly if they believe they can.

Believe You CAN Fly


Sleep is really important.  Like, SUPER important.

Sleep is super important


Sometimes life is going to get messy, and that’s okay.

Dont be afraid to get messy


Create a little mischief from time to time.

Create a little silly everyday


ANYTHING can be a treasure if it means something to you.

Everything is a treasure



Hugs make everything better.

Hugs Make Everything Better


Relax.  Everything’s going to be okay.




Protect what’s important.

Protect what's important


Don’t be afraid of the dark.  The light always wins.

Don't be scared of shadows


Always make new friends – even if they look bigger than you and stand on the other side of the fence.

Make new friends even if they are bigger than you


Spend time with your “people”.

Love your family - biological and otherwise


And…spend time with your people.

Trust the ones that love you

Happy New Year, sweet friends.  From our home to yours.

Peace, love, and JOY,

Wendie (and our guy, Friday, too)



7 responses »

  1. Perfect in every single way!!! Love, love, love!!

    Happy 2016!!! It’s going to be a spectacular year!! Big Hugs to Friday from Bea!! A-

    Sent from my iPhone


  2. Your manifest reminds us what is truly important. All years have good and bad in them, and if we focus on your manifest, we will have lots of good feelings – every year. I love the pictures and the sentiment.

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