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Really? I have a whole list of them:

Quit smoking

Quit eating fried foods

Quit eating red meat

Quit using foul language

Quit watching television

Quit listening to music with an evil influence

Give away all of my worldly possessions

Go green

Convert to Christianity

Pray for redemption

ohmy.gif Is that all? dry.giflaugh.gif

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Ummmmm.. I guess I need to keep in the direction I've been moving in this year, the exercise work out's need to stay in regular accordance.

Also making a better living and finding a new place to live, but I know that part will be happening as I have to move out next week. :)

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*Learn how to knit (carried over from '09)

*Improve my time in the 4 Miler by at least 3 minutes, OR run it with my 8 year old daughter, in which case there would be no specific time goal (but participating is entirely up to her!)

:D

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Quit smoking

Spend more time with the people I love and care about

Spend less time on the PC

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  1. Mine is the usual "eat healthier & exercise more". This is the year I'm going to stick with it though.

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HAPPY NEW YEAR ALL..

1. Better Car

2. Move to a larger town

3. New Man... my time of grieving is officially over...

4. TCV CD

Juliet :toast:

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HAPPY NEW YEAR ALL..

2. Move to a larger town

3. New Man... my time of grieving is officially over...

Juliet :toast:

What is your criteria? :lol::D:toast:

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1. At least a couple of century rides from my garage to a "rails to trails" ride along the Lewis and Clark Trail. The road part is tough because of the hills (especially on the way back since it is an uphill grade), but my MP3 Led Zeppelin tracks give me the inspiration to make it through. I highly recommend getting some sort of trail / road bike for a great outlet and physical exercise. The trails offer unmatched natural beauty, wildlife and solitude...great way to de-stress from the hustle and bustle of everyday living.

2. Eat Healthier....this along with exercise should keep the cholesterol in check.

3. See Led Zeppelin....oh wait this will not happen "it's over." I have crossed this one off my list (although I keep a super secret list under my pillow and it's still there...shhhhh). :blink:

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1. Quit smoking. I'm not just saying that, I plan on doing it any day now. My record for longest without a cig was a day in a half, so that's some progress for right now.

2. Start exercising again. I took the first step to this, and bought some shape-ups with my christmas money. I use them for the treadmill and running errands. They're these "magic shoes" that claim to promote weight loss. We'll see.

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1. Quit smoking. I'm not just saying that, I plan on doing it any day now. My record for longest without a cig was a day in a half, so that's some progress for right now.

The sooner the better young lady, don't wait until you have no choice.ohmy.gif You know what i'm saying?slapface.gif

Good luckthumbsup.gif

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1. Quit the 'class A'.

2. Get physically fit again.

3. Find me a bit of love and happiness.

Get #1 sorted and 2&3 will naturally follow :)

Good luck!

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The sooner the better young lady, don't wait until you have no choice.ohmy.gif You know what i'm saying?slapface.gif

Good luckthumbsup.gif

Thank you. I know how important quitting is. I definitely don't want my son to smoke one day. I don't smoke around him, and it's not hard to hide from a toddler. But one day he was outside with me and saw me smoking. Seeing as he really didn't know what it was, he thought it was food and wanted it. It broke my heart, and I knew I had to quit. I don't plan on buying another pack after the one I have, and I have gotten to where a pack will last me several days.

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Get #1 sorted and 2&3 will naturally follow :)

Good luck!

Cheers Miss Drip.

Yeah, I know. I'm not nearly as bad as I used to be but I'd still like to cut it out completely.

By the way, is that your ass? Because that is a nice ass!

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I heard someone say recently why Resolutions don't work. They go in one "year" and out the other...!

Got me to thinkin. They were probably right!

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Quit smoking

Spend more time with the people I love and care about

Spend less time on the PC

Ally, we are the people that care about you, you know that right? ;)

New Year Resolutions, again.

Never stand when you can sit,

Never sit when you can lie down,

Say what you think to everyone,

Enjoy a lonely life,

Engage brain before opening mouth,

Don't let the bastards grind you down,

Kind Regards, Danny

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By the way, is that your ass? Because that is a nice ass!

sirchris, I concur with your assessment.

Would like 2010 version of her killer smile too.

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sirchris, I concur with your assessment.

Would like 2010 version of her killer smile too.

Reading it back it sounded a little pervy but I stand by my judgement!

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Another year gone. New times a coming. Better times I hope. Anyone have any resolutions in the works?

The ususal for me. Clean up the diet and lose some weight. Didn't work last year so I am not sure why I should think the new year would be different. That's a bad attitude to start with. Bah! Screw the resolution. Just hope to continue to live a happy life.

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I am contemplating the 10 Miler in '11; not sure that I'm ready to commit to it yet though :)

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To have a different attitude towards the things i would like to have. I took like for granted, i guess that when you´re young you think you´re going to live forever. But now i think different. So even when it sounds cheesy it´s great to wake up every morning being thankful for what you have...i hope i can always keep this attitude...

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