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News December 31, 2010 6:00 pm

Drinking to the New Year, N.Y./between ca. 1910 and ca. 1915 - Library of Congress

Large crowd celebrating New Year's Eve, N.Y.C. - Restaurant Martin, 1907 - Library of Congress

I don’t believe in resolutions. I used to, I would write them down and fold them up and hide them in a drawer. I would look at them at the end of the year and cross check the outcome. But then the years started going by so quickly, it just does not seem like enough time to get to what I really needed to be resolving. So I just keep trying, try to eat healthy, try to work out more, read more, be kinder, donate more, volunteer, make more money, give more money, speak clearer, calm down, spend more time alone, spend more time with friends.. maybe even one day this city girl will even learn how to drive. But aren’t these the things were kind of always hoping for ourselves? Not my list, but all of our the daily thoughts —

Here’s to you. This is my 100th post!! ONE HUNDRED. No small feat for someone who loves to start projects but never actually keeps going after the first step has been made. Its been awesome and I have lots of ideas and cool things that will happen here next year. Thank you for coming here, reading this, thanks for being interviewed and letting me show off your work. Thanks for commenting and sending nice emails and putting up with grammatically incorrect rants. It’s been lovely. And I wish you all a very happy new year.


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