New Years’ Reslolutions and How To Tell If Your Plow Guy Hates You

Happy New Years’ Eve Day! I hope you are ready for that party where you either share a passionate kiss with your lover, or a really awkward kiss with a family member!

First, I really gotta get this off my chest: I officially hate the man that plows our work parking lot. It wasn’t official before, but now he gets a plaque and a trophy. I work in a 24/7 business where people (including me) are in and out at all hours of the night and day. So one would surmise that when Mother Nature wishes to dump a foot of snow down that the plow guy would need to keep on top of that.

Think again. Our plow guy has a vendetta against us I swear! After the big snow storm, we walked out to 6 inches of unplowed, untreated, fluffy (so your car can’t grip it) snow. So after digging our cars out of their parking spaces, we then had to make it up the rather steep hill out of the parking lot. It took us a full 45 minutes and two men to PUSH my car up the hill, and another 15-20 minutes for another car to be pulled out by a fortunate 4-wheel drive car!

The Leviathan of snow our cars had to get through...

The Leviathan of snow our cars had to get through…


The best evidence the plow guy hates us.

The best evidence the plow guy hates us.

So anyway, New Years’ resolutions, do you maker them? I just never saw the point. I always thought that if you we’re going to do something you woulda do it and to hell with the New Year.

In fact, it seems that more than half of the people that make resolutions don’t keep them. However, apparently they at least have the stick-to-itiveness to keep at it for a little over a month!

If I had to make one resolution, just one, it would be to put others first more often. I think that so many of us don’t do that enough. Do you have just one resolution? Can you keep it?

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I wish all of you a very happy and healthy New Year! I can’t wait to ring in the year when I’ll become a Mrs.!!!

Should auld acquaintance be forgot,
and never brought to mind
Should auld acquaintance be forgot,
and auld lang syne

For auld lang syne, my jo,
for auld lang syne,
we’ll tak a cup o’ kindness yet,
for auld lang syne.

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