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Regarding the glass and it's fullness.


An optimist stays up until midnight to see the new year in. A pessimist stays up to make sure the old year leaves. 

And here I am, pushing 2009 out on his cold, bony, ass.  2009 has been cruel to a lot of you out there. And, I can only hope that 2010 brings change.  

We have had good and bad here.  Number one -- my family has been HEALTHY.  My kids NEVER GET SICK.  *knocking on the desk*  Mr. has a JOB.  Although he had a loss in pay this year, took on a new job and went back to his original job, he's GOT ONE.  

Even though I have no idea what it is that I "do," I have apparently created a job for myself, and earned more income this year than I ever have from actually working, which means... I did it.  I didn't realize it till now, but that was a goal (of many, most of which are nowhere NEAR being reached) for 2009.  

Yeah, so I didn't lose weight or find a cure for whatever the hell is wrong with me, but damn it, I got paid.  I guess the goals for 2010 will be the same.  Lose weight, find out what's wrong with me, keep paying the bills, and...everything else I completely failed to complete... then, what?  

Goals?  I haz 'em.  Some are easy.  Some are likely ridiculous.  And, some, I can't remember, so pretend I shared them.  And some, I won't share, because that usually bites me in the ass.  ;)

  • I still want to go to school.  
  • I still want to Get A Real Job.
  • Fix my brain.
  • Lose the damn weight.  Again.
  • Get more active.  Like exercise.  For real.  With Sweat.  Or at least panting.
  • Buy a big ass mofo car that fits my family.
  • Take time away - get the kids away - somewhere - anywhere.  Repeat.
  • Eat more vegetables.
  • Eat less butter.  ;)

That's enough for now.  I'm tired.  There's no way I'll be up to watch balls drop.  

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