Saturday, December 30, 2006

Resolutions

I don't do resolutions. Never have, never will. I do make up funny stuff just to mark the new year. Last year my resolution was to never run out of french vanilla creamer. I actually did it. Not really a resolution, but a goal. This year I am not sure what it will be. Maybe never to run out of Gevalia, my favorite coffee in the whole world.

I wish all of you a Happy New Year and I hope your resolutions are a success.

7 comments:

Pamela said...

Lol, no crazy resolutions for me either. Too much pressure. lol Plus I feel so bad when I break them!

Hope all is well, I think of you often with that hubby of your's over in Iraq. Tell him how much we appreciate him and you too, with all your sacrifices! :) How do you like your new laptop now that you've had it a bit...Wishing you a New Year that is filled with joy and happiness, Christina!

Julie Julie Bo Boolie said...

LOL you can always resolve not to make any resolutions this year ;)

Barb said...

I don't make resolutions either, Kristina. Too much opportunity to fail!

Happy New Year!

Air Force Family said...

I always make a few resolutions, even though I don't always keep them. lol But it's something I do strive for. 2007 will prayerfully be the year I keep all of them.

Looney Mom said...

Maybe I will make "goals" to attain. Either way I need accountability. I do think NOT running out of coffee - period - is a good one. I hate when that happens.

Sandra said...

Christina, I'm SO with you on this LOL

I don't do resolutions, I mean really, everytime I've tried before it's just because everyone else was doing it but then I'm the one failing to keep them LOL

Have a blessed New Year, and I'm keeping your hubby in my prayers still, hope these next few months fly by so he can be back home with you and the kids.

Hugs,
Sandra

Linda said...

Hi Christina, First of all, as I'm playing catch-up here, I love your Christmas present from your Hubby. I think when this computer "dies" I will try to get a lap-top - for the very same reason. Then I won't be off in the bedroom in front of the computer while my husband sits alone in the livingroom.
I'm with you on the resolutions. After years of making and breaking them, I decided not to do it any more. I just pray I'll grow a bit during the coming year.
Happy New Year to you and your family. I pray your husband is doing well.