A new year, a new me, a new start to this pathetic thing we call life?
Well, 2010's almost here. I'm looking forward to it. A Lot.
The opportunity this year is bigger than ever: to lead change, to create a movement in a direction you want to go.
Talking about New Year, I started wondering about my resolutions
When I was little I made the same resolutions every year: give up biting my nails and stop being shy. I still bite my nails and am shy, although not so cripplingly, so they weren't the most successful of resolutions.
What shall I resolve this year I pondered as I wandered. (Do you like that? Poetic?)
My first thought was that I shall resolve to get rid of my ego, since apparently according to people I have one. *ahem*
No, I shall only make resolutions I can type without laughing. So I'll resolve to become a best-selling ... no good, I can't get as far as author without giggling.
What about 'I'll be a nicer and less selfish person'? Well, I got to the end but that's a bit worthy. I know 'I'll be nice to people at school'. But they won't be nice to me and I'm not going to be nice to them if they're not nice to me so that's not a good one. Looks like I'm left with 'I'll stop spending so much time online' No, wait, a resolution should at least be achievable ...
Guess I'll just have to resolve to continue to be as gorgeous and talented and wonderful as I already am. That'll be easy then.
On that note, in the words of Benjamin Franklin "Be at war with your vices; at peace with your neighbors, and let every new year find you a better man."
Sometimes I take a carton of eggs out of the fridge, and look at it and think that maybe one day I'll crack an egg and a little baby chicken will fall out, and then I'll wash him off and raise him indoors...and then...maybe, just maybe I'll have a friend.