Okay, first things first. Please go to your right, ----------->, and click the "Follow" widget. You all know I have self-esteem issues, so won't you please make a sistah feel good and at least pretend that you like her?
Now that we've taken care of my self-esteem issues, I can move on to my New Year's resolutions and report on my progress:
1. Post resolutions before the second week in January.
2. Get in shape.
Fail. Well, I should give it time, but I know it will be a fail. I just put this one on here out of habit. It has been one of my resolutions for over 30 years, and it's always been a fail. I'm not being negative, people; I'm just going by statistics.
3. Wipe the kids' toothpaste off the bathroom counter before I get it on my work clothes.
Fail. I can't tell you how many times I've gone to work already this year and had to explain that the green crusty stuff at my waist is really just Crest.
4. Determine which of the clothes spread all over the laundry room floor are clean and which are dirty.
Pass. Kinda. I got down on the floor and smelled them. The ones that smelled like Bounce got thrown to the left on the floor, and the ones that smelled like...not Bounce...got thrown to the right.
5. Put my cell phone in its designated compartment in my purse.
Fail. Every time the phone rings I'm still dumping out everything in the purse, tampons included, on the desk, table, floor, grocery store conveyor belt, or whatever happens to be in front of me. Invariably, it stops ringing before I find it and I have to put all that crap back in my purse without knowing who called.
6. Answer my cell phone.
Well, I would if I could find it! (See #5 above). So, fail, but with good intentions.
7. Get more followers of my blog.
Undetermined. But it does lead us back to the "Follow" widget. If you haven't clicked it yet, please do it and help a girl's self-esteem. AND help her fulfill a New Year's resolution!
8. Prove that we are NOT the trash of the neighborhood by getting all the Christmas decorations down by Easter.
I'll have to get back to you on Easter on that one.
So, if we review, it appears that I'm basically a failure with the New Year's resolutions, and that really hurts the self-esteem. WHICH LEADS US BACK TO THE WIDGET!!!! Oh, I love how this is ending up!
And how are you doing with your resolutions? Am I the only one clearly failing?