I’ve just got to say, I’m extremely grateful there’s no school today. I’m also thankful I woke up before noon, great way to get a head start on the day. In all honesty, Mondays aren’t that bad when you wake up on your own. It’s incredibly cold outside, wow.
So I found money I didn’t know I had, I think I’m going to go get Left 4 Dead sometime. I don’t have a gaming console that will support it, but Colby has an Xbox 360, so I’m thinking that will work well. I love that game, it’s pretty much up there with Super Mario Bros. Alright, I’ve got a lot to do today. Clean the kitchen, do a bunch of laundry, finish cleaning my room, finish my English project, and hopefully make some additions to Suffocation. Wish me luck? I think I can manage all of that. I woke up early enough to conquer a country so maybe I’ll manage. I was planning on going into town to buy that video game and a few other things, but a change in someone else’s plans affected my whole day. I’m thinking for the better, so no big deal.
Ever listen to Toby Keith? Yeah, he’s one of the only reasons I appreciate country music. Jus’ sayin’.
So have a great day, week, month, year, you know. Have a great life.
In loving sincerity,
“Happy New Year!” Such a cliche heard about a million times by millions of ears around the world. Or at least, around America for sure. I honestly think I got around 30 text messages from midnight to about four in the morning wishing me a happy new year, to “make it a great one”, that I was loved, and so on. I appreciate that.
The thing with the new year is, no abundance of text messages or inspiring wishes can make the upcoming year great for you. I know that personally, I was in the worst mood when midnight rolled around and 2010 said goodbye forever. Despite the festive personalities around me and celebration going on, I was not a happy camper. The reasoning behind why is a completely different story, but I wasn’t exactly having a “great year” so far if you catch my drift. Then, to top that off, I spent the first day of the new year sleeping. I slept in until 3pm and have continued to do absolutely nothing productive with my day. This dissapoints and frustrates me. Anyways, only you can make your year worth while. Despite the amount of requests you recieve to establish a positive outcome with 2011, you can only achieve that because of yourself. Your own attitude, motivation, and perseverence is solely accountable for your year. So, rather than “have a great year”, I challenge you to MAKE it a great year. You owe it to yourself.
In loving sincerity,
I’ve decided I want to blog more. Rather than just thinking about doing it, I’m starting right now. I will be posting on this blog once a day / once a week for all of 2011.
I know it won’t be easy, but it might be fun, inspiring, awesome and wonderful. Therefore I’m promising to make use of The DailyPost, and the community of other bloggers with similiar goals, to help me along the way, including asking for help when I need it and encouraging others when I can.
If you already read my blog, I hope you’ll encourage me with comments and likes, and good will along the way.