Resolutions? Hmmm....isn't that just setting one's self up for failure or putting on too much pressure? My resolutions are as follows:
1) Continue with the removal or dismissal of old baggage. My who gives a #$%^^& what folk think attitude is continuing, but not as an in your face rebellion...just trying to make me a happier girl.
2) Master THE SOCK. I will knit socks if it kills me.
3) Take baby steps to get weight loss going again. Its depressing that I have undone 2 years of hard work in 6 months. Very very very depressing...hide under the covers and not come out because I'm so hideous depressing. Today, I switched to Splenda in my coffee...Thats about 2 Tbsp LESS sugar ingested a day. More steps to follow such as drink much more water etc etc etc. I have been on very strict diets in the past and that just sets me up to fall. The will power just gives out! I will try babysteps and avoid the diet " gimme sugar/fat/bread/etc before I rip your throat open with this celery stick" freakouts. We still remember the throwing of the lettuce head in August 1992. Dieting can reeeeeaaallly stress a chick out.
I am thinking about trying Tai Chi again. I really really liked it when I took 2 series of classes a few years ago. Turns out there is Tai Chi here in Terrebonne so unless the language is a major barrier, why not. It gets me out, I love the fluidity of the movement, and its doesn't make me sweat. I have been wishing I could remember the moves of Tai Chi Quan for awhile. Richard asked if I was going back to Crescent Moon to do my Level 2. I want to but I really really hate homework. I really do. Thats whats keeping me from continuing. I just do NOT want to write papers and read dry clinical stuff. I DID that already in school and University. Yes...study is a process...a subject is MORE than those things we find immediately pertinent. I get that and respect it. I just don't want to do it. So I think thats my answer.
Anyways, 2007 promises to be a year of more changes for this family. Nothing that I can really comment on here but they are positive changes geared to making this a happier family. Thats always good.