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Tuesday 1 January 2008

RR CI 10:13

Happy New Year everyone!

visited friend
cleaned apt

for tomorrow:
edit paper


AHHHH I'm cutting it close! Gotta submit Dartmouth app in 30 minutes. I will finish by 7:30! I must!

Limits on your achievements come from what you don't do.


Okay done with that. Must finish Harvard app in 30 minutes!

Limits on your achievements come from what you don't do.


Kay. Finished 15 minutes early. Gotta submit Brown by 45 minutes. I'm dead meat.
Limits on your achievements come from what you don't do.

Done. *sigh* I just want to

Done. *sigh* I just want to go to UCLA...

Limits on your achievements come from what you don't do.

Happy New Year :)

Happy New Year, everyone!

Wishing you all the best of luck in all that you undertake and the strength of spirit to keep your innate optimism and happiness going :) Life is a series of new beginnings and opportunities for growth and self-acceptance. May this year bring self realisation for all.

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Nothing diminishes anxiety faster than action - Walter Anderson

pro's CI - 11:35am

I've been doing things, but not what I most need to do. Getting butt in gear now...

Procrastination is the grave in which opportunity is buried.

Best wishes for the year everyone! (Lark at 10:43)

It's been a rough year for many of us, so here's hoping 2008 will go well for us all. I'm going to work today since the weather's going to be cold later this week. I'm going to check in later with specifics. Oh, PRO, I heard someone say at a meeting that each time we don't drink (or whatever else we don't want to), it's a celebration. Be well. 

Happy New Year! Journey 10 am

We don't really celebrate New Year's Eve anymore.  It just isn't the same without Guy Lombardo.  If you remember Guy Lombardo, raise your hand! 

My daughter and I did stay up to watch the peach drop (in Atlanta) and I went to bed at 12:01.  We didn't drink anything, she's sick with a cold, and I stopped drinking when I quit smoking, I still can't drink anything alcoholic without wanting a cig and it's been 3 years. 

You know how they say you live longer if you don't drink or smoke?  It's not really true, it just SEEMS longer. 

Anyway, right now, I'm going to get dressed and put my corned beef and cabbage on to cook.  Then do some laundry, dishes, and straightening up - the house is still moderately clean since I was off last week. 

I have some gift cards to redeem and I need to go to Walmart and get some curtain rods.  If those places are open I might go do some shopping this afternoon.  I actually stopped by Walmart on the way home last night to get the curtain rods but when I saw the crowd at the checkout I just put them down and left.   If I don't go shopping, I'll color my hair instead - it really needs it, the grey is showing! 

OK, getting dressed now and doing a litttle housework, back at noon with my plans for the afternoon.

Wow, this has been a long rambling post.