Suzi (k00kaburra) wrote,

2014 New Year’s Resolutions: May Update

2014 New Year’s Resolutions: May Update

Ride a bike.
Nothing to report.
Seanie keeps saying, "Yeah, yeah, I'll teach you" but never has the time or inclination to do so.  Or he'll suddenly remember the bike has a problem with the seat or some other technical failure.  (The bike's fine, I'm just thinking Seanie doesn't want this project.)

Put hair in a bun that stays all day.
No progress to report.

Get published.
No progress to report.

Be able to hold a ten minute conversation in Spanish.
No progress to report.

Complete 12 paintings.
No progress to report.

Travel somewhere new.
No progress to report.

Exercise 60 minutes a week; by the end of year expand this to 210 minutes a week.
No progress to report.

Get a job!
Hired by the SFMOMA.
But that position was temporary.

Get a job!
No progress to report.

Take some f*cking Chemistry.
Enrolled in CHEM 50.
It sucks.  Well, it's not that bad, I suppose...I like the lab work a lot but can barely focus during the lectures.

Sew a dress.
No progress to report.

Eliminate the backlog of “to be posted” blog entries.
Up from 141 to 170.
Yeah, I barely touched the blog all month.  Ouch.

Eliminate my backlog of books for review.
Up from 23 to 32.
Equal opportunity neglect toward both blogs.

Do something new.

Do something else new.
Nothing to report.

Kind of a depressing update, isn't it?
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