I hope everyone had an good New Year, we spent ours with family. Playing games and enjoying each other. How did you spend yours?
Did you make any goals for yourself for 2011? Did any of them including doing something to help take care of yourself? Mine is the typical, eat healthier, try to exercise more, those sort of things. I just hope I get a bit of that done. What are you doing to take care of yourself in the New Year?
My Christmas was only okay, spent it with my in-laws, not bad just MIL kept bringing up "when you have kids....."
New Years was wonderful! We spent it out of town with our very good friends. Now it's back to work!
I don't have any real resolutions, I already exercise; I suppose I'd like to get my finances in order better. I still owe the hospital a couple thousand & work has been very slow. So, I'll work more & get my bills under control.
Me (28) DH (34) TTC since 12/09. MC 2/23/10 at 12 weeks. Bailey (2yr german shepherd/husky), Molly (1yr shih tzu)
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