For the most part, I don't see too much difference. I'll wake up tomorrow, most likely just as grouchy as any other day. I'll make breakfast for the toddlers and wait for my teenagers to wake up. Gobble down masses of caffeine to get going.
But like everyone else I have ambiguous thoughts for 2010 resolutions. I've scanned through the norms of losing weight, eating better, learning how to cook...and that's about where I started to laugh.
I don't like to cook, so why should I spend miserable hours trying to be better at it? I don't want to go to the gerbil machine that's the gym, I'm happy enough with my body. And eating better? Okay, with my love of fast food eating better wouldn't be too bad.
There are more realistic and reasonable wishes for 2010. Ones that make sense in our household, for our family and friends:
- My children have another year of health and happiness
- The relationship with hubby remains strong (it's work and not something to take for granted)
- No major tragedies occur (car accidents, broken bones...hostile alien invasion)
- That I show enough gratitude and love to family and friends
There, those are my 2010 wishes for the Norris Ranch. I hope all the best for you and yours in the coming year and may all your wishes come true.