Monday, February 9, 2009

Weekly Resolutions!



- Work as much as possible
- Little PreValentine Plans
- See the Friday the 13th remake
- Continuing on a Positive Wave


So my list has become smaller and smaller, I guess that is part of the reason I haven't been posting Weekly Resolutions. That and I just got a computer for the first time in 2 months! Yep, 2 months away except for posting etsy listings.. It was a nice break, hehe.

I have been working as much as I possible can, which has been nice financially. But it doesn't leave much for spare time or a social life. But this week I have some plans and I am pretty excited. Me and a friend are going to see the new Friday the 13th movie, a remake by the same guy that redid Texas Chainsaw Massacre.. So I am pretty excited because I did enjoy that remake.

I have been super positive lately. When shit hit the fan in December I spoke with a friend about the whole situation.. His words really got me to thinking and it has really changed my views on a lot of things. I know whats in the past can't be fixed but I am growing from my mistakes. And staying positive about everything, even things I can't control.. trying to worry less.. keeping my mind and hands busy on things that make me smile. I am lucky to have friends that are there for me in hard times.

4 comments:

craft pig said...

I think we'll need a review of the Friday the 13th movie. I liked the Texas Chainsaw remake, too, but I'm still a little skeptical.
I hear ya on the what's in the past is in the past...it's amazing how much free-er you feel when you realize you can't control anything but yourself.

beefranck said...

This is great! Sometimes it's hard to stay positive, I know, but it really makes a huge difference. I'm happy for you! :)

Glenda said...

I clicked into the "being positive makes me happier" perspective about two years ago and was pretty amazed at what a difference it made in my life, and, in turn, in the lives of the people with whom I live and interact. As beefranck said, it can be tough to stay the course at times, but it really does make such a difference when you can. I, too, am happy for you =).

Katie Kutthroat said...

thank you bridget it.. i am happy and its good to know that some people are happy i am happy.. cause thats a lot of happiness :D

and thank you glenda, you always have the kindest things to say.. no worries ladies, i am not giving up.. i have had a great year so far, even though we are only into the second month.. i feel like i can accomplish anything with the right attitude. :)