1/01/2009

Happy New Year! My resolutions...

(not my dachshunds, but too cute a pic to pass up!)

I want to wish all my friends, family and loyal readers a wonderful 2009. 2008 was a great year for me, BM, and LM. Personally, I have accomplished a lot this year of which I am proud. I began jogging, ran my first 10k, lost over 25 pounds, finally had an adult Bat Mitzvah (since I never had one as a girl), made lots of new friends (in real life and in the blog-o-shere :). Also, Big Monkey and I have had a great year watching Little Monkey grow into a toddler. We will be celebrating our 8th anniversary next week and I look forward to countless more years together.

As the new year approached, of course, I had to make some resolutions. Here's what I will work toward in 2009:

*I want to lose 15 more pounds and be able to maintain it.
*I have a tendency to procrastinate and I really want to work on not doing that. We will see. This is something that will be very hard for me.
*I want to make an effort to call my Grandparents weekly.
*I would like to organize our house. It is a small two-bedroom, but I think we could really enjoy it if space was utilized better.
*I would like BM and I to make more of an effort to have at least one "date night" a month. It can be pricey but I think it is important.

So, what are yours?

6 comments:

Mike Golch said...

I do not make resolutions any more.too easy to break.I would like to loose weight.than maybe the seizures will settle down.

Bridget said...

holy shmoly I have 43...made a list on 43things.com I am kinda hoping I can accomplish one :)

Sara said...

43! You are definitely a higher achiever than me!

Good luck to you too, Mike!

Alisha said...

I think I've resolved to not make any more New Year's resolutions. :)

Toni said...

Happy New Year to you and your family, Sara!

Wendy said...

Your anniversary is this week, too? Our 9th is tomorrow (on the 8th).

Date nights are SO important. Even just taking a picnic to the park or getting a coffee.

And make a rule for yourself: no kids or house talk! Flirt outrageously, too.

For a long time we did this and once we had put aside money for the babysitter there was none left for the date! But we still managed to have a lot of fun. Ahem. That I can't tell you about.