The bicycle picture is a little unfair. It is not only me picturing me with a healthy knee but also losing massive amounts of poundage, PLUS having a new bike. AND YOUTH...don't forget I'm 53 as opposed to the girl in the picture who appears to be in her 20s. I'm wondering if I'm cheating by picturing myself with the extra accoutrement. Well, we'll leave it in, kind of like a four for one, just in case God wants to throw in additional rewards. Oh, and the girl is not working which must mean she's on vacation. Could I possibly dare wishing for more vacation before next Christmas? Maybe I'm losing sight of the purpose of The Secret...
Let's see, here is another one of my "it's":
Speaking of husbands, Jim and Clif have gone to the Independence Bowl this evening to see Colorado crushhhh Alabama, I hope. I told them to throw a beer at Saban for me. No, not really, beer is too expensive at stadiums these days. I'll keep my eye on the game but I actually have the house to myself for three whole hours, and I have so many things lined up to do that we'll be way into next week before I finish. Actually, I do have a fire going. Clif has been so hot lately, I dare not put one log in the fireplace while he is in the house. He's even taken to wearing shorts on the cold days up here. Brrrr!
Thought I'd leave this evening with my new years resolutions in the twenty-first century. Impressive stuff, eh?
Past New Year's Resolutions
2001: I will lose 40 pounds.
2002: I will lose 20 pounds.
2003: I will weigh what I did in 2001.
2004: I will try to develop a realistic attitude about my weight.
2005: I will walk a mile every day.
2006: I will walk a mile at least 4 days a week.
2007: I will try to drive past the gym at least once a week.
2008: I will picture a gym (part of my The Secret plan)
Must leave with a good Ruffinism for the day: Now is the accepted time to make your regular annual good resolutions. Next week you can begin paving hell with them as usual. -Mark Twain