Posts Tagged ‘New Year’s Tradition’

Okay, I, like millions of others, make a stupid New Year’s Resolution every year, and, like most, I don’t keep it. Sometimes it’s really stupid like lose weight, exercise, eat better/less, drink less (not better!), etc. You get the picture. You probably ARE the picture – just like me!

So this year, none of that, but I do want to do something productive. So, I want to write more. To express myself in some way. To have a real web log.

Here goes: I’ll post to the blog weekly.

Now, tell me. What are your productive, contributive resolutions?


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jan1trekOn January 1st, Ron organized the Audubon group on a morning run of area spots for good birding in advance of the Christmas Bird Count two days later. I stayed home and cooked lunch for the folks who’d committed to get themselves rousted out on what turned out to be a beautiful, sunny, mild day:

jan1lunchHoppin’ John, cole slaw, stewed cabbage, smoked ham, country cured ham, stuffed eggs, rolls, cornbread, pork chops, jalapeno peas, and a BIG Banana Pudding. Starting it off — ah….Mimosas!  The drink of all good southerners on brunch days!  And, best of all, 12 friends around our table to share it all with! What a great way to start the new year!

Maybe next year, I’ll crock-pot it all and go on the bird count myself!

Thank you to my husband for this great new tradition!

May it last forever!

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