Who said the young ones have no resolutions for a new year? If you think so, then you are mistaken.
Children also do take time off to think of what they want to do trough out the year.
It’s just the fourth day into the New Year. So what plans do you have for 2011? Eat, drink, play, visit friends, probably concentrate more on your studies blah…blah…blah-the list goes on.
It is still holiday time and most of the children love it. They are still saying good bye to this great festive season. A lot has been done and yet to be said but what positive thing have you done in this holiday and what plans do you have for this 2011?
Have you played your role at home or are you giving your parents a headache in that the holiday seems to be getting longer as days go by.
Give a hand to your parents, be obedient and be ready to listen to advice, read hard and above all remain God fearing.
Helping with house chores is also good because you learn to do many things. This also makes your parents eager to give you whatever you ask for.
This way you will be a wonderful child, acceptable, loved and cared for in every way.
To make 2011 a year to remember, just lay down your resolutions and make it a point to follow them and do exactly what you are supposed to do.
At the back of your mind remember that work without play makes Jack a dull boy!
Happy New Year!