Friday, January 1, 2010

New Years Revolutions

If I spelled resolution wrong in the title, it's not because I'm a bad speller, which I am. Thank God for spell-check. This year will be a year of revolutions, but lets not lose sight of what this blog is about. I declare a revolution against excess fat, laziness, grouchiness, and broken resolutions. How's that for a play on words?

Ugh, I'm about fifteen pounds overweight. I'm going to be happy with losing ten. Five will be a major milestone, but ten will make me happy, happy. I don't necessarily think I'm fat, but dangit my clothes aren't fitting right and I don't want to buy bigger ones. I would also look better with less weight and feel better.

Laziness: Well, I am lazy. I've been procrastinating about finishing this book for a year. Granted I had a bad case of writers block, or cramps as I like to say. But by gum and April, I hope to have a completed manuscript.

Grouchiness? Yes and there are lots of reasons for that. The two aforementioned above are two reasons. The government is another, and my job, which is a blessing, is another. I don't want to work anymore. I'd like to retire and just write. But I lack discipline, which also makes me lazy, which makes me grouchy. So, you see, I've got a revolution to win this year.

How about you? Are there revolutions you must conquer this year? If so, I pray blessings for you all.

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  1. I'm with you on the losing weight thing. 15 would be perfect, but I'll take ten! And I've got a bit of a lazy streak to get rid of too.

    Good luck!

  2. Tee hee! I understand the grouchies! It's funny, if I don't get my writing time, my kids ask me what's wrong.

    Scheduling helps. If you have Outlook, schedule the time in the calendar. It will beep at you, telling you it's time to write!

    Here's to a productive 2010!

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