Sunday, December 31, 2006

Aurevoir to 2006


Here we are again folks, time to say goodbye on another New Year's Eve. This is my second in blogland and I have to say, this past year was better than the year before. Sure, my Christmas sucked because of that virus, but that doesn't represent the whole year.

I'm ending it on a healthier note, so all is good and upbeat and hey, we have 1/99th of a inch of snow on the ground. How cool is that? Oh about 28 degrees worth, LOL.

I have made some wonderful new blog buddies, met some incredibly talented authors -{{ one for whom I need to do a shout out about her book - Savannah Jordan's ,Sacreligious - I finally read it and I LOVED it!! She makes Anubis to be one sexy Egyptian god. *whew!* }}, I have a MySpace place, I found a new job which I'm alovin' and my little one finally started losing teeth, much to the astonishment of the Tooth Fairy.

I would like to ask, of all the New Year's Resolutions that you'll make, which one would you most likely keep?

I kept the one and only one I made last year - To make a man/eye candy blog-*grin* but this year, I have to be a bit more adult about it.

I am making only TWO (2) resolutions.
I WILL LOSE 10 POUNDS AND I WILL FINISH WRITING A STORY!!

On the fun side,


Some of our New Years Resolutions can be quite unrealistic at times.

My idea, coming from the avid romance reader inside me, is a simple wish for you.









Of course, since one of my resolutions is one of THE most common ones - to lose weight - I mean, my DH lost 25 lbs after he made his in 2006 and he's a great inspiration for me - I want to have to have a least a back door wish in anticipation of my less than ideal results .....





















*giggle* No, seriously, I wouldn't REALY wish this because I am sure I'm not the only one thinking about doing the same thing - (losing weight!) but the kitty is just so Adorable about it, don't you think?

I hope your celebrations this evening are memorable, wild but safe, and filled with the best of wishes of your family and friends.

You have mine.

Happy New Year for 2007!!

7 comments:

Brandy said...

Well, I would ultimately like to lose a bit of weight, but my goal is to stick with excercising at least 4 times a week, REGULARLY. I did what I wanted to this past year, I've "gotten out" (in blogland at least) and met some truly wonderful people.

Daisy Dexter Dobbs said...

Thanks for the great laughs you've provided this year, Michele!

As for my resolutions, I'd like to double the number of books I had published in '06.

Best wishes for a new year filled with joy, love, good health, friendship, and enough of whatever you want and need to fulfill your deepest dreams and desires.

jason evans said...

Happy New Year, Michele!!

I've already started on my New Years resolutions. I have to finish the rewrites on my novel. No more messing around. :)

Have a great day.

Bonnie Ferguson said...

Happy New Year!!! :)

Jill Monroe said...

Happy New Year!

Keep us updated on your writing.

My goal will also be to lose a little weight.

Mailyn said...

Happy New Year to you too!!!! I have no resolutions for the new year. I almost never do since I have enough of them during the year. LOL.

Michele said...

Ah! Thank you Brandy. And excercising 4 X a week is an awesome goal. I bet you do it too!

Daisy, thank you! What lovely sentiments. Have to visit your blog and reciprocate ... spread the luurve!

Jason! Oh Jason! I've been a baaad lurker on your site. Sorry! So happy to see you and thank you for the wishes. AND good luck on your rewrites!!

Bonnie, Thank you and same to you!
Always happy to have you visit.

Jill - Thanks, Jill. I will. I hope to. Really. *grin*.. Good luck on losing the numbers on the scale you want to. Let's both shoot for 10. :-)

Mailyn - thank you! None? Absolutely none to share? Pooh, how are we going to have fodder to raze ya when you blow 'em off and Cheer for ya when you reach one?
Throw me a bone, Mailyn ..*grin*

hope 2007 is awesome for you all!
Hugs.