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New Year. New(er) me.

Tuesday, January 01, 2013

I have been pretty faithful in my exercise. Not so much in some other areas of my life. But I am proud to say that I have been able to get back from my broken leg, and walk 3 miles a day 6 days a week, nearly every week. I have now added cardio/strength training 3-4 times a week. My arms are a bit sore from the weights, but I seem to be doing it okay.

Now to get to some areas in my life that have accumulated dust, metaphorically speaking. I have a story I want to write, I have made a goal for this year to get a first draft written. I have goofed around, put it off, written and re-written in my head... Well, unless you can read minds, that isn't much good, is it?

So. That is a goal.

And I am cleaning out my knitting shelf of UFO's (Un Finished Objects). If I haven't knit on them in a year or more, it will be a straight up or down vote of, finish, or frog. ("rip it, rip it" out). I will not start new projects at this time, with the exception of charity hats and baby blankets.

Ok, that is two separate groups that I have told my goals to. Now I have people who know, so I have a reason to follow through, right? emoticon

So this year's prediction, thinner buns, fatter book, and lighter shelf of knitting.
Happy New Year!
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  • v BEARGODDESS
    I love your list of predictions, and truly love the "frogs" analogy!! I have a few potential frogs in my knitting collection too. I hope that you're truly inspired book-wise this year!! emoticon
    1273 days ago
  • v ANDYINBC
    Cant wait to hear and read more about the story you are writing. I wish you only the greatest success for 2013, and 14, and 15 and so on....
    1273 days ago
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