Wednesday, 31 December 2008

The End of a Shitty Year...

Just feel like jumping up and down...

So far, I've two of my Resolutions started, which is:

1: Booked my Driver Theory
About to join a Yoga Class

There will be more added and I hope to fulfill them. Just happy to have those two sorted.
At the moment, Róisín is playing baseball on the Wii, Breda's on her way to her boyfriend's parents for a few days, my parents are sorting out dinner, and I'm writing a piece here. I've a ton of spots on my face from the chocolate overloaded week (sorry, maybe 2 weeks) that I've had at home. Haven't gone out drinking once, which I don't mind. If I had good drinking company, I'd enjoy it, but I don't have that.

Santa got me cool slippers I wear about the house all the time, so comfy.
Also love the Wii so much, we got Super Mario Bros on the Shopping Channel at 500 points (5euro), and we've a ton of other games to get too. All the old favourites are on the Channel, like Megaman, Columns, Sonic the Hedgehog, Pac-Man, Shinobi, and Golden Axe. Used to have the Nintendo NES and the Sega Mega Drive when I was younger, so kinda recognise a lot of the old games... Ah, memories... ^_^/

Still have no job. Really really REALLY have to do something about this. It's just ridiculous now. Hate the stigma attached to it, like people think you do nothing, and it's just not true.

It's going to be a better year, 2009 is going to be my year. It really is...



Sometimes Saintly Nick said...

Happy New Year!

May you be blessed with much happiness and many joys in 2009!

May the world be blessed with Peace & Justice in 2009!

I just noticed on your profile: although I'm more than twice your age, we are both Aquarians and both born in the Year of the Dog. That makes us kinda related. Well, maybe kinda. OK?

tony said...


Lindi said...

Happy New Year!!
I surprised my family with a Wii for Christmas. We love it too.
Last year did have it's shitty moments.
Wish you all the best for 2009.

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