JANUARY ~ named from the Roman god Janus who is
represented with two faces looking in opposite
directions, as retrospective to the past,
and prospective to the coming year.
January 1 ~ New Year's Day
January 6 ~ Twelfth Day ~ Epiphany
The wintry hedge was black
The green grass was not seen
The birds did rest
on the bare thorn's breast
Whose roots, beside the pathway track
Had bound their folds o'er many a crack
Which the frost had made between
~ Percy Bysshe Shelley ~
I've made no resolutions.......but I do have plans for
this new year, once January is over and I'm home again.