Tuesday, January 1, 2008

So...Where've ya been Brynn?

Working my hiney off. Well, not literally. I'm not that lucky. But I've been working like crazy at the job, not doing much writing of my own though. And...tada! I managed to pick up an ear/sinus infection. I swear these and horrible allergies are the bane of all people living in Michigan. Sinus troubles are practically epidemic. I'll live. I've had worse. But it really drags you out. I'm dealing with being extremely tired again. I hate cold medicine...

That aside, it's the new year. Yay! I'm expecting a great one. As usual, people are making their year's resolutions this wondrous first day of 2008. Resolutions usually last less than a month and are for schmucks. So here are mine, lol:

1. I will be healthy. (cough cough) No really, I'll do what I need to do for that whole health thing. Eat well...(guh!!!!) exercise... (okay, I might heave)

2. I will write daily. Seriously. I have to. No excuses.

3. I'll try to do some random nice thing every month. Pay it forward so to speak... here's to not getting stabbed in the end.

I think these are things I can do. Here's to all of you choosing the things you can do too.

Happy New Year!


Molly Daniels said...

What a way to kick off the new year! Get well; my family's been suffering with the sinus probs as well. Happy New Year:)

Kelly Kirch said...

I don't resolve. But I might write a list of "New Year's resolution attemptables"--new word for AJ.

1. I will attempt to chortle daily
2. I will attempt to have chocolate when the craving hits.
3. I will attempt to NOT flick people off in traffic.

Hmm. As I already do all these things, should not be an issue.

Anny Cook said...

Write, write, write. Well, I did it today. One day down...364 to go.

lyntaylor said...

Sorry to hear you're not well Brynn. Hope you can shake it off quickly :D

Simone Anderson said...

Feel better soon Brynn. Those are doable resolutions. You can do it.

Dakota Rebel said...

I hope you are feeling better. I hate sinus infections. I am fortunate enough that I only get those about once every two years. My "Michigan Illness" is bronchitis every time the seasons change. Ick.