Welcome To Mauigirl Country.
As long as no one thinks it's like "Scarborough Country." Hmmm, maybe this isn't the best slogan...How about:
I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream for Mauigirl.
Thanks to Freida Bee for posting this cool "slogan generator" on her blog - go check it out and help her pick her best slogan! I could keep doing this all day...
But I digress.
It is New Year's Day and it is obligatory to have the look back on the previous year and perhaps make a few resolutions. I know, I know, we always break them, but if you don't have them in the first place you have nothing to regret at the end of the next year, and that would be boring.
I just want to say thanks to all the great blogfriends I've met during the past year - thanks for all your support and encouragement and friendship throughout the year. I've loved meeting all of you in cyberspace and reading all of your wonderful blogs.
I've only been doing this since September of 2006 and didn't really find my niche until later on, so this has all been quite a great learning experience!
I loved participating in NaBloPoMo and living up to the challenge of posting something every single day.
I hope to be able to keep up a frequent pace in the upcoming year and to post more frequently on Medicana and perhaps finally post at least another post on my travel blog!
OK, I guess those are two resolutions right there.
The others include the usual: losing weight, cooking dinner at home more often (which will result in losing weight), going back to yoga (I was really doing it faithfully once a week a couple of years ago and then just stopped), and yes, trying to get to work earlier. I mean, 10:15 is really pushing the envelope.
And last but definitely not least, I want to make more effort in some of the community activities I'm involved in, including historic preservation and my local park conservancy - and by actually producing four quarterly newsletters for my neighborhood association in 2008.
(The quarterly newsletter, of which I am editor, has been languishing as more of a "thirdly" newsletter the last two years, due to my usual procrastination. If "thirdly" is a word.)
Some of these resolutions will be more achievable than others!
Best wishes for a great 2008 to you all! And may all your resolutions come true!