Thursday, January 04, 2007

4 January: New Year Resolutions

A popular theme this week. In fact, rather than resolutions, some people seem to be adopting themes, which is interesting.

Why shouldn't I break the habit of a lifetime, and make some new Year resolutions? (Answers in the frayed knot box.)

If I did, I think they would be -

1 - waste less time writing rubbish in diary and blog,
2 - get out less,
3 - put on a bit of weight.

Those should be more than averagely successful.

7 comments:

Murph said...

Excellent Stitch. If goal kick is off target, move goalposts.

Victoria Sponge said...

I thought this year as a Resolution I would do something I do every year....join a slimming club!! I could give up food I suppose!

Doris said...

It's a revolution in resolutions! I like it.

KAZ said...

Hmmmm: I understand the irony of the last one. However, I don't really get the other two!
You always seem to be out.
My policy (similar to yours) is to make resolutions that I can keep.
The most risky one for 2006 was 'to put up a shelf'.
And I did it!!!

stitchwort said...

kaz - it was all just a bit of a joke.
Ah, well....


Congrats on the shelf though.

Libbys Blog said...

Definately approve of your resolutions!! Excellent!!

stitchwort said...

Hello libby - just popped over to your blog and spent a fascinating 45 minutes wandering round your blog and the ones you link to; I'll be round again!