2022 Review

I have been hearing from co-workers, friends and relatives that they can’t wait for 2022 to end. I understand that to many, 2022 has been a year of readjusting after the world opened up.

Personally, I have found 2022 a bitter sweet year for me. For most part it has been filled with the blessing of orderly and ordinary life. I have been in good health; work has been challenging but fruitful; relationship and friendship are positive; more importantly, spiritual life is healthy and maturing. These are all the sweets.

The bitter portion lies in some colleagues were terminated from employment due to unjabbed from the mandatory COVID vaccines. These same colleagues who put their hands up to work through the first lockdown, to hold the fort, to maintain service to our customers while others stayed home to avoid getting infected. I missed the chance to say goodbye to them. Part of me know that they are doing well because they are people of principle and of faith. I had the fortune to work with them and I miss them.

2023 is looking like a fruitful year for me. A couple of my submissions got accepted for publishing early in the year. I am also getting a collection of micro fiction published, plus a painting and poetry collection (in collaboration with an Australian painter) is in final version.

Thank you, my readers and friends, for your support by reading, liking and interacting with me on this platform. You truly encourage and inspire me to continue to write poetry and micro stories. I wish you a 2023 filled with exceeding joy.

Love and respect,

Cassa Bassa

Author: Cassa Bassa

πŸ‡¦πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡¨πŸ‡³ inquisitive, observant, witty, a thinker, was a misfitΒ child 😊

19 thoughts on “2022 Review”

  1. That’s fabulous re some of your submissions being accepted for publishing early in the year and great news re the other collections, Cassa Bassa. Wishing you all the best for 2023 πŸ₯³πŸŽ‰πŸŽ‡

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    1. I had to google Miles Barlow, and I found Myles Barlow, is that who you refer to? I only saw snips of his comedy a few years back, I forgot how funny he was.
      It’s a good thing to have English writing published. I am thankful for the editing help to get them across the line.

      Happy 2023 to you Robin and your future hamster. πŸ’šπŸ’™


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