Of a bright new year. A preapocalyptic year where we can still enjoy cheesecake and love on our computers as much as we can before 2012.
Just kidding; I don’t believe in the whole “end of the world predicted by the Mayans” thing. God isn’t going to work on human timing.
Plus, the Hunger Games movie is supposed to come out that year. So the world can’t end. As much as I’m a sponsor for doom and destruction, we need to find out who they cast as Gale so I can fangirl.
End of the world aside, 2011 is a brand new year. And with yesterday’s half-delirious, eggnog-induced, “Wow, blog every day for a year? This sounds FUN!” descision, I suppose it’s a new year for blogging, too.
I made some resolutions at three this morning after my Psych marathon, but they’re the standard boring ones. Y’know, “spend less time on the computer” and “walk to the park at least once a week”. The ones that won’t really happen, and I know that, but for some reason I choose to make them, anyway.
I’m also excited for what’s in store writing-wise. I’m going to attempt my first Script Frenzy in April, even though I have no idea how to write a script. (Hey, a couple years ago I had no idea how to write a novel, and I did National Novel Writing Month XD). Then we’ve got another NaNo, obviously, and I’m going to try to write a lot more in the summer.
My mom’s friend who’s a soon-to-be-published author (the one I was in the book trailer for) told me that getting a laptop was one of her biggest assets to her writing career. And now I’ve had one for…. exactly a week.
Not much writing has been done, but I’ve been roleplaying a LOT.
Anyway, it’s going to be a good year. I woke up at ten to noon today, ambled downstairs, grabbed some chocolate and cheesecake (yeah, breakfast of champions… or teenagers…) and pulled up my blog. I figured today was going to be a GREAT day until I saw Faith’s comment and remembered my newfound promise to blog every day. I suppose that’s a resolution in itself…. That and reading my Bible more are the two I’m going to HAVE to keep, because now I’m being held accountable for them.
I suppose I’m going to be generic here and ask: What’re your New Years resolutions? Do you have people holding you accountable for them? When have you last eaten cheesecake?
Oh, and this may or may not be the first time you’ve heard this in 2011, but
YOU LOST THE GAME.