I know. I never keep resolutions, and neither does anyone else that I know. However, it's interesting to look back and see what my goals were and whether or not I actually achieved any. And what goals I want to achieve this year.
Apparently in 2009 I had some that were worth setting for 2010. I even had some measures of success. The health one, diet and exercise, is the toughest of all because I hate "going for a walk" unless I have some place to go. And if I have some place to go, then taking the car seems the logical thing to do. Gotta change that somehow because I really am overweight and need to take better care of myself.
Resolutions: Music--I wanted to practise the organ daily in 2009. Didn't do it. So for 2010, I aimed for weekly. Didn't do it. Maybe once in a while in 2011? That might be achievable.
Reading--I wanted to track it and keep notes. I have started that, but this year I want to do it on my blog. Yes. Right here. I wanted to finish the last two books of Harry Potter--did that, and saw the first part of the last book movie a couple of weeks ago. Can't wait for the next one! Will be so sorry to be finished them, though. Wanted to reread Anne of Green Gables. Did that. And, read kcdyer's Mrs. Zephyr's Notebook. Still reading the Anne Perry mysteries as relaxation reading. Writing: didn't do nanowrimo this year (it "would be nice to do") but instead I attempted Script Frenzy and my play, The Wolf and the Saint, was the result. My historical juvenile novel bounced back again so slowly that I thought it was just chucked out of the slushpile. Not so. That publisher, Lorimer, wrote me a very nice letter suggesting I write something for their young adult readers. I've been working on a couple of ideas for that, but it's been very slow going. That novel is now with Coteau Books in Saskatchewan. Still typing with crossed fingers! Articles published have been in suite 101 and squidoo. Some progress there, I guess.