This great quote is from Brad Paisley, country song-writer and singer. AND I should have posted this yesterday and the title should probably read “Today” instead of tomorrow. Well, hopefully the rest of the year won’t be filled with overlooked tasks and posts!
Since this is A NEW BOOK, no point in rehashing the 2012 version. I’m looking forward to a better year; A year marked by several changes…As per some sage advice given on ABC NEWS this evening, I’m not posting or announcing my resolutions. I’m keeping them to myself and that way although I won’t be able to boast or brag or take undue pride in some accomplishment, I also won’t have to weep with shame at some predictable failures
That being said, of course I would love to hear from some readers as to what their New Year’s Resolutions are.
Out with old, in with new! How many times did you hear that today? So out with all the old bills-I empty out the folders, staple those monthly invoices/bills and put them aside for IRS preparation. Cleaning up the top of the desk too, clutter, clutter, clutter. Re-arranged the hundreds (only kidding) of wires and plugs in the two power strips under the desk because I have to have an outlet to re-charge my phone.
I got an addition to my Alice in Wonderland book collection which necessitated a major shelf switch. AND that was a good thing because now we have some books we need to relocate (out of the apartment I hope).
Not going to listen or watch any more ASPCA ads because they are too heart-breaking and disturbing. I wonder how much money the ASPCA raises with this ad? Everyone I know tunes it out.
Not hung over and only a little tired, but I think this post should end right here.
Wishing all my readers from all over the world a wondrous, healthy, happy New Year. I think the number 13 is going to be a lucky number after all!
There is an updated 2014 version of this post at:“Tomorrow is the first blank page of a 365 page book. Write a good one.” 2014
- Questioning New Years (emjayandthem.com)