Thursday, December 31

New Year’s Revolution

I am revolting (no smart comments please).  You all know what a boring, whiney, pain in the butt I become over Christmas and New Year so this year I’m going to try something different. I knew there was no way I could manage it over Christmas (baby steps people) but now that New Year is upon us I am going to give it a try. I shall start perhaps by being a little bit cheery and maybe a tad more positive about the whole ‘New Year’ business. 

I see this as a fresh new start, although it’s not quite a new decade it’s close enough and we are moving from the noughties to double figures so that has to be significant…doesn’t it? 

I’m not going to make resolutions, instead I’m going to say (cheerfully) that although things didn’t quite go according to plan in 2009 I have total confidence that 2010 will be the most exciting and liberating year of my life.  It will be overflowing with fantastic opportunities, wonderful friends, abundance in all the good ways and even a bit of happiness here and there.

And I wish the same for all of you, my most cherished blog friends who stand by me through thick and thin and even through my appalling lack of posts in the last few months.   Thank you.

Happy New Year!

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Oh and Dave…it seems your Easter wishes were a bit premature - thanks all the same :-).  I’ll save them for Easter.

8 comments:

Z said...

I hope that 2010 will be a wonderful year for you. And for me, come to that.

Blog when you feel like it, we'll be here when you come back!

Dave said...

No, blog every day and give us all a shock!

Happy New Year. Your best chance of achieving your objectives is to get thet teleport working in 2010.

Dave said...

Ahem.

Z said...

Oh Dave, that chesty cough of yours isn't any better, is it? Maybe you need at trip to Australia.

Caitlin said...

Good point Z.

Alright Dave. I will write a post tomorrow. I promise.

Dave said...

Is it tomorrow in Australasia?

Dave said...

*taps fingers*

Dave said...

It's snowing again, and the windchill means it's -5ºC. Just like Australia, I expect.