I'll be ringing in the New Year in my usual fashion...alone. MH in our 10 years has never made it up to see the ball drop. That's fine with me...total control of the remote and the TV. Callie Kitten, who has been with us now for a year...you will remember she was my Christmas present last year from MH (that we would take her in from the outdoors) will probably be curled up beside me on the couch.Southie Kitten, who was my Christmas present 10 years...well, she was sitting under the tree of the woman who caught her and brought her in and found her a home (mine) is still somewhat in hiding and will remain downstairs...hiding under something. I'll be happy that I am not among the throng in Time Square...with a bunch of potential drunks...freezing my ass off and probably having to pee, which always happens when there is no bathroom.
Going to make any resolutions?
I'll make one I can break and one that will hopefully take, and that will be to find some kind of activity or project that gets me up and out a little more. I'm thinking I might go back to the learning center where I volunteered before. I'd play with the babies and kids while their moms were in class learning how to be good single moms. Besides fostering children for a year, volunteering at this learning center, which was a home for single moms, was the single most rewarding thing I've ever done. I mean, it's so easy to be patient and just have fun with the kids....I not with them 24/7. My heart would swell when I would show up in the morning and they would see me, come running over screaming out my name...and it was hugs galore...nothing beats it.
I think the Stooges are on NYE too...NYUCK NYUCK. If TV land gave me a wish "what show would you like to see"...it would be "Too Cute"...my goodness I can't get enough of too cute. Puppies and kittens at play and coming of age. That always raises the ole serrotonin level and I'm always meaning to suggest that to anyone who is feeling blue. It's sure fire way to snap one out of their funk.
Make a Wish
I wish that everyone finds what it takes to find peace, harmony and joy within themselves.
So...that's me. What are your plans?