ˌrēˈɡrō/ verb/ gerund or present participle: Regrowing "to grow or be grown anew or continued growth after an injury or after having died or withered"

New Years 2011…

So, the year ended with my car getting backed into, and banging up my passenger door pretty badly, and 2 dishes getting broken… Figures the year would end that way! Haha…

The new year started with 2 of my best friends getting engaged.. literally 6 seconds after the ball dropped, it was awesome!

And, I am not one for “New Years Resolutions” … In fact I honestly do not ever make them because I figure if you need to make a change, make it now, and do not make it something that can be easily forgotten or quit.

But, I have decided to attempt a couple New Years Resolutions, and while they are not typical, I have a couple things I think would be cool to try.

First, while it is not actually a New Years Resolution, I am thankfully headed back to the gym next week (there’s no way I have time to this week with my bff’s wedding this coming weekend!!!!).

And, my only real goal for something I would like to do this year is post on my blog something, a picture, comments, thoughts, quotes, something every day. Now, I recognize there are going to be days that it just does not happen, and some of those reasons will be because I will be working, traveling or out of the country!.. And, I have decided to already forgive myself for those haha… But, if I cannot post every day, my goal is 3-4 times those weeks.

So, here’s to new fun things!.. I may add a few to the list in the coming weeks, we shall see!

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This entry was posted on January 1, 2011 by in 2011.
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