Happy Chew Year!


It’s the second last day of the year today and me being me, I’m thinking about all the stuff I want to do in 2015.  When I look it over in my head (because frankly, I haven’t had a chance to write it all down yet), it gets a bit exhausting because I know that I have more tasks than time.  I started thinking of the phrase “Happy Chew Year” because odds are, it’s going to be the kind of year where I bite off more than I can chew.

I’m not going to disclose my entire list, because…

…but it will be interesting (at least to me) to read this post in December 2015 to see how much of it I accomplished. (if at all..nobody knows when their number is up, so if 2015 is my year to check out, it’s been a slice and thanks for reading this now eerie post)

One thing I saw on Buzzfeed recently was this neat-o idea, which I think I’d like to try out because it sounds fun:

Buzzfeed, you are so awesome!

Then at the end of the year, you empty out the jar by reading all your memories and accomplishments over the last 12 months.  What a great idea!

But again, me being me…I have to have a list of goals.  I’ve got two main ones:

The great thing about both of these goals is that I HAVE NO IDEA HOW TO DO EITHER! 🙂
Why does that make me smile?
Because it means I am LEARNING!  It means I am GROWING!  It means I’m not being stagnant, and I’m doing two more things on my BUCKET LIST!
Other things I’ll mention for 2015…become a better ukulele player, (since Santa brought me this rad new addition to my instrument collection:)
write new songs, maybe try home recording, learn to use a looper, maybe put that Rosetta Stone Italian to use?  Who knows.  All I know right now is that I’m excited to try a bunch of new things, I’m excited about all the people I’ve yet to meet, I’m looking forward to selling a few CDs and singing for new audiences.
Dick Clark (in the later years of Rockin’ Eve) would tell you this…
But I’m wishing you a HAPPY CHEW YEAR!


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