In my younger days, I loved the idea of a new beginning. I adored change and the chance to be different. But I mostly stayed the same, which made New Year resolutions perfect. I was supposed to fail within the month.
In my older days (as in today) I feel more introspective this new year.
I know I want to eat more cake in 2012 although I’ve already put on 5 pounds and mostly in my right thigh. (or my dryer has shrunk only the right leg of my jeans.) I also lost my waistline some time in 2009 so I’d like to find it but I’m depressed that it might be at the gym I haven’t seen since the fall.
I’m willing to find the gym if I can keep my cake resolution though.
I also want to spend as much time in public in these:
Lastly, I resolve to train my eyebrows.
So I think 2012 will be pretty awesome, which shouldn’t be too hard since my greatest hope on the last weekend of 2011 is for my kids to sleep through the night.
I also wrote up my top 10 New Year resolutions I won’t keep over on Richmondmom.com. Go read so we can decide not to keep them together.