Going back to work. Getting back in shape. Regaining my health. Getting back into the routine of singing in the choir at church. Getting a handle on household organization again. Rebuilding a financial safety-net. Going back to menu-planning and home-cooking with whole foods. This is what I see when I look ahead to 2007 and beyond, and I've never felt the need to fight so hard just to get BACK to where I once was. Not turning back the hands of time, you understand, but just getting back to a "place" where I was comfortable, happy, and successful. And this time, I have my little family, too, so it should really be all good.
That's me, resolution-wise. Wish me luck. A Happy New Year to everyone--may you have every blessing, and as few tears as possible in 2007.
And, as promised, but at the risk of the result being disappointingly anti-climactic, you can click over to my Arkansas Times blog to read about my pre-Christmas run-in with the po-pos: