We got popcorn, sodas, and watched a movie. Then at midnight we popped some poppers, threw some pink confetti that oldest twin made, and made a toast with sparkling cider.
Oldest twin and I wore paper party hats. He was the only kid who made it to midnight. Littlest brother fell asleep about 10 (he took a late nap) and Youngest twin fell asleep a little before 11 (while we were watching the movie).
I’ve been thinking a lot about resolutions for the new year.
My 2012 resolutions were inspired by a fortune that I got that said “Don’t be pushed by your problems. Be led by your dreams.” A lot of my goals are the same for 2013, but I also want to work on simplifying things this coming year. Focusing on what is most important and making it a priority.
Talya Tate Boerner says
I love your list. I started writing in a journal 32 days ago and now I look forward to it each morning. In 2013 I plan to finish my first rough, rough draft of my book. And I plan to drink more water:)
How exciting that you are writing a book! I’ve been trying to drink more water, too. It’s a struggle for me.
Nicole M. Hutchison says
Hi Julie, happy new year! This is a great list and a wonderful way to get 2013 started in the right direction. I’m also looking forward to writing in my journal more often. A few years ago, my mom bought me this journal that has four lines of writing space for every day for 10 years. It’s nicely bound in leather and definitely worth jotting down a thought or two every day. I really want to make 2013 a year worth remembering in that journal. Be blessed and a be a blessing in 2013, may we both pray without ceasing and may you have a beautiful day! (p.s. I’m in awe of people with a knitting talent —- don’t hide it! I can barely sew a button back onto a pair of pants, you are amazing to me!)
Nicole @ Three 31
That sounds like an amazing journal! Thank you for the compliment 🙂
And I hope you have a lovely day!