The only New Year resolution i made was to.......well, now that i think about it i didn't make any. I kind of think New Year resolutions are silly. If we aren't living the best way possible throughout the year and loving Jesus and serving Him with our whole hearts in the old year, we won't in the new year either. If i have a problem with gluttony, not that i would EVER overeat, a New Year's resolution won't do diddly squat. I would certainly never overeat on homemade funnel cakes......or cheesecake.....or chocolate. (is it possible to overeat on chocolate? I didn't think so.)
If i tend to read too late at night instead of getting my sanity rest, a New Years resolution won't change a thing. Again, nothing i would ever be tempted with. Unless i have a really good book. And only if i REALLY enjoy the quiet house, which is like every night. Yeah, i don't think a New Year plan is going to do me much good.
My personal opinion is that New Year resolutions are a feel good thing that never works because we're trying to change our flesh by ourselves. Won't work. Been there, done that.
|Such fine young bakers!|
Marlin sautéed up some amazing chicken and beef stir fry for supper, and i may have overeaten a bit on that. Not enough to be called a glutton, just enough to feel quite full.
Then the men disappeared into the kitchen for a looonnnggg time.....turns out Tony was frying the funnel cakes and Marlin was stirring a white chocolate, peppermint sauce for lattes. Now those are the kind of resolutions i can get excited about.
With a plate of warm funnel cake and vanilla ice cream in one hand, and a white chocolate, peppermint latte in the other, i felt quite resolutionized and very.....
HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!!!!!!!!