Monday, December 31, 2012

HELLO 2013!!

It's New Year's Eve, the biggest drunk fest of the year. WHOO HOO!!! Bring on the party hats, noise makers, champagne, strippers and midgets!!! Hells Yea, be sure to kick 2012 to the curb and ring in the New Year in style.

Ya know, ya hear so much jibber jabber about new year's resolutions, but as we all know, most of those are complete failures. I witness it myself. January is a hotbed for energetic newbies at the gym hoggin' up all the good cardio machines, only to see them drop like flies in February. By March, the gym is back to the same hard core old timers. Unless you are willing to make a lifestyle change, it ain't gonna happen with a resolution to lose 20 l bees.

After many failed resolutions myself, I wised up several years ago and made new year's themes instead. I meditate on the theme as much as I can through out the year so it stays fresh in my mind. When your mind is set to a daily intention, you are more apt to bring about the action. And, I'll be daggone, this shizz really works!!! For instance, 2 years ago my theme was "git 'er dun in twenty, one, one". That encompassed a whole host of things from cleaning out messy closets, buying sexy lingerie, to checking off things on my bucket list. Last year my theme was "pursue what you are meant to do in twenty, one, two". I really focused on blogging and improving my writing style. As a result, I became more disciplined and comfortable with my writing, and I won a local blogging award.

This year I decided on "success will come to me in twenty, one, three". As I've gotten older I've redefined my meaning of success. When I was a young whipper snapper, I thought success was a mansion and a fancy schmancy car. However, success to me now means good health and happiness. Every day that I can get out of bed and exercise without breaking a hip I start chanting that famous cheer from my high school days, "S-U-C-C-E-S-S, that is how we spell success". Anything extra is the cherry on top of my sundae. Funny thing is, those cherries are startin' to pile up already so I better start chowin' down on my ice cream.

Seriously folks, give the theme a try. You can substitute any word in place of "success" this year for whatever you want to bring into your life. Perhaps it's love, good fortune, a new rack, a crack ho, whatever, there's no judgment here. Just be careful what you wish for, 'cause I hear them crack ho's are real crazy bitches!!!



16 comments:

  1. Crack Hos, be needin some love too

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  2. I love that you can't do a "serious" post without throwing in some crack ho love. All the best success to you in 2013!

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  3. I'm a firm believer that if you want to better yourself, you should do it all year, not just because the date changed. Thanks for reminding me that the next month at the gym is going to be miserable with all those 'resolution' folks that burn out in a matter of weeks. Maybe I can just bring a giant box of (no longer made) Twinkies, set them on the front desk, and let things just 'play out...'

    Happy New Year!

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  4. Yeah resolutions are dumb, waiting for a day like some magic will happen, instead of doing it right away, pfft, and like your take on sucess too.

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  5. Awh Deb! I am going to take your suggestions to heart. I made a resolution about 4 years ago and have stuck with it. I decided to stop trying to be a cook and just surrender to the fact that I ain't one. That was the best resolution ever. My HM is the cook. I stink at it and I finally admitted it and life has been so grand, since. Really. Glad you will be rockin' the lbd!!! I will be in my large baggy sweater, leggings and uggs cuz we ain't venturing out cuz we both has bad 'coughs due to cold'. Our resolution? to not die from the common cold. hahahahaha

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  6. Midgets? Do we really have to invite them? They're always running between my legs, and I really hate that!

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  7. always the one with a cunning plan! Happy New Year, sister!

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  8. I love your theme philosophy and definitely plan to give this some idea some serious thought. Happy New Year and continued blessings in 2013!!

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  9. Hmm, a theme idea. That's definitely a good idea!

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  10. I think the best resolutions are those you intend to break. Like I'm going to put on 50 pounds in the New Year, I'm going to become a crack ho in the New Year or I'm going to drink until my liver fails.

    Enjoying your sense of humour greatly!

    Happy New Year to you and yours!

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  11. As far as biggest drunk fests...St. Patricks Day would give New Years a run for its money.
    Plus there's potatoes.

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  12. Wishing you the best in 2013. Happy New Year.

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  13. Here's to a kick-butt good 2013 for you and yours.

    Cheers and boogie boogie.

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  14. Thank you for the visit to my blog. I really love yours. May I become your latest follower?

    ~Keith

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    1. I would be honored Keith, assuming you can handle my weird and wacky sense of humor.

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