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Wednesday, January 6, 2010

It's a New Year: New Resolutions and New Beginnings

It's that time of the year again: resolution time.  This year, I've decided to set goals that I will actually achieve (or at least work a lot harder to achieve before giving up).  Enjoy - comment for my entertainment :)

1 - Get in shape by going to the rec and doing the Gutz and Butz workouts --> important for looking good in a wedding dress!
2 - Keep my 3.7 GPA in grad school -- study for stats and put in at least 20 hours on my seminar presentation
3 - Maintain close relationships with friends who are no longer in Manhattan -- via Facebook, texts and snail mail (I'm not so great at talking on the phone, sorry).
4 - Continue to work hard to maintain and improve the great relationship Hyatt and I have
5 - Find a house in the Manhattan area and decorate it with both western decor (for me) and outdoor/hunting decor (for the Ninja).  Pics will definitely be provided as this process takes place
6 - Move my horses to Manhattan so I can get them in shape and get back to my passion -- rodeoing!
7 - Stay close to family by going home as much as possible
If you have any fun suggestions (or serious for that matter), let me know!

Until next time,
~Buzzard~

3 comments:

  1. Ugh, I did Butz and Gutz. It burns! I am sure you give everything a great shot.

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  2. LOL thanks Crystal -- see you next weekend!

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  3. 1. Are you sure you are feeling well? Because the Buzzard I know absolutely HATES to exercise. I don't know why you feel the need to "get in shape" you already look amazing! Butz and Gutz is definitely HARD! You can feel the burn after about two minutes.
    2. 3.7 GPA!! That is awesome! Congrats! My first semester of pharmacy school did not treat me as well as your first semester of grad school. I had my lowest GPA of my entire college career. Genetics and Human Anatomy killed me.
    3. I like this one a lot! I will try to make more of an effort too!
    4.I have a book you and Hyatt should read before you tie the knot. It is titled "Saving Your Marriage Before it Starts" I highly recommend it.
    5. A house, this sounds exciting! One step closer to the big kid world...

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