Life as a reformed Zookeeper. Now living a life as a working mother who dabbles in karate, scrapbooking, and Coors Light!

Wednesday, January 02, 2008

Happy 2008!

It's amazing that another year is gone. It's amazing the perspective of living a year when you're five and when you're thirty. Everything takes FOREVER when you're five. But time has sped by so quickly lately....

So my New Year's Resolutions for the year....I'm not sure what they should be. There are so many things I'd like to do. Like scrapbook more. Get my finances under control. Take better care of myself. That kind of thing. We'll see, eh?

So I fared better on New Year's Eve than last Friday. I drank LOTS of Coors Light, but had LOTS of good food in me and spaced out the fun. So no puking for me. Yay! The funniest part of it all is that I really didn't manage to keep my clothes on..... it was a PJ party. So I was scantily clad in a nightie that Aaron had brought along as a joke. Wish I had less of a gut, but my arms and legs are looking very nice from all the karate. ;)

New Year's Day found me at Wal-Mart, buying the two CD's I've been wanting for a while....they're both greatest hits collections. Ozzy and Def Leppard. And I'm happy about it. Go ahead...make fun. But these two artists make me happy, and when I've had a long, crazy day at work and a commute where I nearly get killed, having something that makes me happy on the way home is only better for my family. Go ahead. Ask them.

Anyway, continuing on with the Ozzy theme.... go read the lyrics to I Don't Want To Change the shall be my new theme song....


Blogger Cath said...

how are you sweetie and how are the kiddos? Missed chatting with you. We much chat soon.
Happy New Year to you all!!!

2:37 PM

Blogger Auntie said...

I see no reason to poke fun of you for those albums and shall I say, perhaps I could take a listen soon?? LOL!

6:07 PM

Anonymous M@ said...

I didn't see any gut, but maybe I never looked that low. ;)

1:25 AM


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