By:  Greg
January 1, 2012

I’m young, and immature, but I try hard. Indeed, I know that I can do better, and so to keep myself honest, here’s a list of resolutions for the New Year. As per advice I heard on a talk radio program, I began adhering to these before the actual New Year. Supposedly you are more likely to stick with your resolutions if you start before the new year. Anyway, here we go:

I resolve to rise earlier.
I resolve to rise earlier

I resolve to be more forgiving.
I resolve to rise earlier

I resolve to stay focused.
I resolve to stay focused

I resolve to be more mindful of the wants and needs of others.
resolve to be more mindful of the wants and needs of others

I resolve to be more mindful of my appearance.
new years skiing resolution

I resolve to be safer.
I resolve to be safer

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  1. Lionel Hutz
    wrote on January 1st, 2012 at 3:47 pm  

    This might be my favorite TR you’ve written.

  2. powhounddd
    wrote on January 2nd, 2012 at 11:41 am  

    Great one. Onward and upward!

  3. Butch Chamberlain
    wrote on January 5th, 2012 at 8:15 am  

    Great pics. The mountain is looking better and better, however we could use some help from Ullr. MtW is starting to look more like November, but with a considerable less amount of the white stuff. I have been trapping around the backside of Mt.M. Just hiking. Have new skis this year and don’t want to chew them up right off. Unfortunately had to send my rock jocks to the landfill. They just gave way beyound their all. Hope that you keep posting some more of that great photography that is the hallmark of this site. Keep up the great work, maybe we will meet up one day this winter. Have fun, and above all praise Ullr.

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