Thursday, January 29, 2009
some new year thoughts
Woo! So how's everyone holding up with the storm? I've got mounds and mounds of snow up and down my street. It's a good thing I had a ride home yesterday, because now I live too far to walk, like I did during the Valentine's Blizzard of '07. Although we didn't have the whole day off like we did in '07, the University did close early yesterday.
So I've been thinking about New Years resolutions-I was going to post them, but now it's like, 'what's the point?' After all, one of them is writing here more, and I've already broken that one! LOL. Seriously, though-I may just do a post of some goals I've set for myself this year.
One thing I have been thinking about, though-I'm going to start re-posting my blog entries in LiveJournal. Originally I just got the account so I could respond to some of my friend's entries, and would just post random things there, but I haven't posted there in a while, and I really dislike having an inactive blog. Not that I have many readers, but for the ones I do, continue to read where ever you like, and as always, feel free to post comments! ;) Things I won't repost: testing new features for Blogger and LiveJournal. I mean, what would be the point? I do prefer blogger's interface, so I still consider Wandering my main blog (well, that, and it's what I started!), but at least my LiveJournal won't look abandoned anymore. ;)
Labels: updates, weather
posted by Romana1 on 12:44 PM |
Thursday, January 08, 2009
D.W.Q: "Sorry, must dash." -the Fifth Doctor
Just a quick note-I'm back from MN! I had a great time (when do I not?) Now I'm playing catch up at work and home. I need to sit down and really update this blog-I still haven't posted reports from Chicago Tardis, and now I have Christmas and New Years!
I was thinking if I didn't do it before then, I'd have a nice long weekend next weekend-however, I'm heading to Michigan that weekend for a hockey tournament. :)
Labels: Chicago Tardis, hockey, holidays, vacation
posted by Romana1 on 9:32 AM |
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