Thursday, December 27, 2007

Drum roll, please . . . my resolutions for 2008 . . .

  1. Organize, organize, organize
  2. Take a photography class
  3. Take better care of myself
  4. Sew
  5. Read
  6. Apply to grad school
  7. Attempt some home decorating
  8. Travel with my niece
  9. Learn a new language
  10. Be positive


Blogger Ryan said...

Diane - Your Number 10 is my Number 1

I hope you had a wonderful Christmas. I was and still am extremely sick with the flu. I never get sick and I even got a flu shot this year. Figures. I fell asleep in front of 15 people at Christmas and snored for about 3 hours. I guess I was cheap entertainment since nobody woke me up and sent me to a bedroom. All I heard when I got up was how sick I looked/sounded and how funny it was that I was snoring. Nice family and friends I have. I hope they all catch this... well not really but it would be nice revenge.

8:04 PM  
Blogger GetFlix said...

Sounds like a reasonable, perhaps even enjoyable list. Although I think getting accepted to a graduate school might complicate things.

10:12 PM  
Blogger Diane said...

ryan - let's both be more positive in 2008! Sorry to hear you've been suffering from the flu . . . and from your family!

flix - I tried to be semi-reasonable!

6:54 AM  
Blogger Tiffany Norris said...

Look forward to hearing more about grad school!

7:01 AM  
Blogger Prunella Jones said...

That's a great list, especially the part about staying positive. I don't know why but that's always the hardest thing for me to do. Guess it's my pessimistic personality.

9:36 AM  
Blogger EditThis said...

I need to do/post a list, too. What sort of grad school? Aren't you already an attorney? Or is this for your dream library science degree?

2:38 PM  
Blogger LA said...

Solid list. Honestly, I've been considering the library science degree myself to become a medical librarian.

10:51 AM  
Blogger NY KAT said...

Great goals for the year! I've been working my list. I really want to take a photography class too.

8:13 PM  
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