Saturday, January 12

Resolving To Continue

Monday I climbed the 85 million steps once again to begin working on one my resolutions for 2008--to complete my degree.


The steps aren't near as intimidating as last semester. Maybe it's because I'm really excited about the classes and truly interested in the subject matter--3 technology classes and Environmental Science.

My schedule is far less than desirable, but I realize sometimes you just have to suck it up and get it done.

And speaking of getting it done, my Jeni is starting her final semester of college on Monday. Here's a photo of the newly engaged couple:

Ah, to be young and in love... (and finishing school!)

I've also been stopping by the hostage location frequently and leaving notes for the terrorist that has my TR6. I got a phone call midweek from an individual who has a VW bus held captive. And yesterday I got a call from someone who has a Mercedes that is keeping my TR6 company.
I believe there is strength in numbers.

This is resolution number 2--to retrieve my car.

And hunting season is finally over! WooHoo! No more gunfire.
I am so glad my deer can roam freely without fear of "blood lust."

And for you beer connoisseurs, here's one I bet you haven't seen that was introduced at our last Friday Night Get-Together. I'm not a beer person so I can't help you, but the men seemed to like it just fine.

8 comments:

cce said...

So glad those stairs are less daunting, more inviting, this year of resolutions!

Congrats to your daughter and happy deer frolicking.

Nessa said...

I'm glad the stairs are easier to climb for you this year. Forward progress.

Your daughter is beautiful.

Interesting beer; D

(un)relaxeddad said...

That's the most hysterical beer label I've ever seen! Hope I live long enough to find out just what you're feeling about your daughter at the moment for myself about mine. Better go and do some yoga...

the end of motherhood said...

When the going gets rough, just remember hose steps are leading you somewhere really, really fantastic...

Christine said...

old leg humper!!?!?!

and now yo are the top of the steps--it won't be long now--it'll go fast.

Running on empty

OldHorsetailSnake said...

That appears to me to be a heavy college workload, young lady. Good luck.

Linda and her Surroundings said...

If you climb those stairs often enough you may well end up legs like in the last photo!

Anne said...

Who makes the beer? Sounds like a great house warming gift for someone in my neighborhood. I wonder how I'll feel when my son gets engaged.