New Year's Resolutions
1. Watch more T.V.- I'm hoping we're going to get cable or satellite or digital soon, so think of all the shows I'm currently missing...Rachael Ray, Trading Spaces, MTV- I can't wait.
2. Gain 20 or 40 pounds. I've only gained 15 pounds since high school, so I think I need to boost it up a bit.
3. Sweat the small stuff.
4. Drink more. Even though my family owns a winery, and other family members work at Anheuser-Busch, I know I'm not getting my glass of red wine a day.
5. Be more objective. I went to school with a guy in Fresno who was first a psychology major, then turned enology major. He was constantly analyzing us, which was ALWAYS fun. =) He told me one time that I should be more objective, and not take things so personally, and I shouldn't be so passionate, and I that I shouldn't get excited about every decision made around me. I think I finally see his point of view, and I will strive to be less passionate.
6. Give Lesa a harder time. I really think I've been too easy on her. She's going to turn into Cruella DeVille any day now, and I shouldn't let my guard down.
7. Try to stay in Missouri all year. In this post 9-11 time, I need to stay closer to home. I can't be roaming all over God's creation. I can't believe my cousin is asking me to go to Florida in March. I mean if it was Potosi or Kingdom City I would really be more excited.
8. Move to Ste. Genevieve. Let's face it, my life is too simple now. I need a place to live where I can't walk to the grocery store, or Starbucks, or the library or a wine bar or eat sushi or Blockbuster. I need to live somewhere where they don't like people of a different color or race or homosexuals. I need to live someplace where the locals aren't too open minded, where I have to drive an hour to the mall, and buy all my clothes at Wal-Mart. Actually shopping at Wal-Mart will go along with resolution #2. I need to live someplace where they don't like music or broadway shows, or anything different at all. Being different is so overrated. I need to live someplace where my kids will try really hard to be like all the other narrow-minded, sports loving, culture hating kids, and they all misuse the word "seen" and the town's favorite color is camouflage.