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Old 01-01-2008, 12:12 PM   #7
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My idea is to make just a few easy new year's resolutions.
Yeah, that's what I did wrong -- I made resolutions that were too hard!!!

My main resolution was not to do any work on New Year's day. But it hit me last night how I should change a paragraph I was writing to make it sooo much better, and I had to do that before it got away, and then, well the next paragraph was just sitting there, and well...

Of course, my next main resolution was to keep the computer desk top around the monitor nice and neat and clear. But the table to my right with my resources is only ten feet long, and with all the knit-picking issues that arise and have to be squared away...well, what else could I do, I really need that space.

And my next resolution...well, never mind.

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