I had considered going out tonight, but I knew when I got home that the probability of me going back out driving up to Foley's for the night wasn't going to happen. I can almost imagine the DWI road blocks around White Plains. People change and grow apart and it's just not the same anymore. I don't need to go out when I don't want to to know that. That's for TV scripts. I'm not the one that sits in the bar all night anymore. Three more minutes and I'll be here blogging for New Year's. I'm so happy to see the end of 2012 and the promise of a much more positive 2013. Two minutes. One minute, the fireworks are going off the ball is dropping in my little city of White Plains. Here we go. HAPPY NEW YEAR.
Finally goodbye 2012. Hello and welcome 2013, really glad to meet you. I am so comfortable right now, I'm where I want to be. I'm snuggled here warm and cozy with my beautiful tree and my kitties sitting with me. I'm not a bar person and I would be annoyed if I was sitting there right now trying to figure out how to make an excuse to go home now that the ball has dropped. I'm glad I'm not starting 2013 annoyed or worried about driving home. I'm actually thinking about my work out tomorrow. Different things are important to me now. Going out drinking until 5 am is not what I want to do with my time. I'd rather go to bed soon, wake up to a beautiful morning and a good breakfast and then lift weights. I think that's a much better use of my time and my body and it's a lot more fun for me. I usually don't like what they have on TV, I don't drink enough to sit around all night, and I don't have fun being sober talking to drunk people all night.
Silent phone, time for bed. Here we are 2013
It sounds like I could have written your blog. I was asleep by midnight, however. It's not important to me to see the start of the year. It's more important that I take the new year and make the most of it. Happy New Year to you and may it be everything you want it to be. 1966 days ago
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