Summerside, P.E.I. - With the New Year kicking off, it’s an opportunity to put the right foot forward and see hopes and dreams become a reality.
The Journal Pioneer invited six Islanders to share their resolutions for 2018, where anything is possible.
Morgan MacDonald, aged 20, from Summerside, revealed his plan to be more generous with his time, and has his sights set on scoring a winning goal with this hockey team.
“I’m looking forward to spending the year with friends and family, as well as chasing the Kent Cup with the Summerside Western Capitals hockey team,” he shared.
Anthony Hutchinson, aged 34, from Summerside, looks forward to creating a better tomorrow.
“I just want to spread the positive vibes one day at a time,” he said.
Linda Schurman, aged 43, from Summerside, wishes family and friends good health and happiness.
“I wish for a happy, healthy and fun new year shared with family and friends.”
Brodie MacArthur, aged 18, from Summerside, is optimistic for his hockey team.
“This year, 2017, has been great, but hopefully in 2018 our team, the Summerside Western Capitals will win the championship together and will be on the front page.”
Tyson Arsenault, aged 31, and his wife Angela, aged 30, from Tignish, shared the same fruitful message.
“We’re going to be having a baby on February 11, that’s the due date. We’re excited, but I don’t know if we’re prepared or not,” they said.
While 2017 has wrapped up with reflection, many are excited to start thinking about those resolutions for the New Year.