Contemplating.

Contemplating.
Wayzata, Minnesota

Saturday, December 31, 2011

Saturday Centus - Resolution! Schmezolution! - 31- December 2011

HAPPY NEW YEAR EVERYONE
         I'm happy you stopped by






             My years end, Saturday Centus!    Jenny from "Off on my tangent" has been so kind to finish the year with such a cool picture (and we can offer more too) and just say what ever.......... in 102 words!  How X-Cool is that!  Very cool!

Here is my offering

Resolution! Schmezolution! Not for me!

It’s been yet another dog year, and again the cats have ruled more than people at my house. This year, I promise to recover my dignity more often, and explain my actions even when I can’t always explain myself.


I’ll try new things, forget who may step on me, ask for attention (without whining) and recognize the joy in everything.  Oh and most importantly, I’ll obey my instincts, understand silences, and always be a good listener when someone speaks!  No begging either!


Pretty much, I’ll just be me and try to stay out of ……






                             "The dog pound!  Not a good place to be, ever!" the dog.


If you want to view more Saturday Centus, I promise you'll enjoy yourself, bunches
                                                                     just go here

http://jennymatlock.blogspot.com/2011/12/saturday-centus-resolution.html

May happiness and good fortune follow you all through the new year and beyond, and remember no matter what - don't step on the little creatures you meet along the way....especially Daddy Long Legs!

22 comments:

Bookie said...

Nice job and nice attitude for the new year. Happy New Year to you!

Sue said...

Sounds like a good plan to me!

=)

Sue said...

PS. Happy New Year's!

Judie said...

And just being you is a good plan, because you are such a great blogging friend, doggone it!

xoxo

anitamombanita said...

Way to end and start on a positive note! I like it. Happy new year!

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

Hey now, that dog shares a lot of wisdom! Happy New Year:@)

Rawknrobyn.blogspot.com said...

That's a smart, insightful canine. Very fun voice, Karen!

Have a great New Year.
xoRobyn

young-eclectic-encounters said...

nice light-hearted post but thought provoking at the same time
Thanks for sharing
Happy New Year
Johnina

Anonymous said...

come home

noexcuses said...

Thanks for sharing such wise and wonderful words. Just what I needed to read right now!

Have a blessed 2012!

Liz

sage said...

Have a happy New Year, Karen!

Ames said...

Karen this was so cute. And tied right in with Jenny's picture. Perfect! And funny! I hope you have a happy healthy New Year! See ya on the flip side!~Ames

Filip Demuinck said...

Happy New Year to you to. We wish you all the best for 2012.

Greetings,
Filip

Tracy said...

good end to year happy new year

Gamma Sharon said...

Why Daddy Long Legs?
Love your saying at the top of your blog.
Hope you have a great year ahead!
Sharon

Gems said...

That's the way to do it...funny! Happy New Year xxx

Galen Pearl said...

Thanks for sharing all your talent and creativity with us in 2011. Can't wait to see what you do in 2012! Happy New Year!

Anna said...

Wise words by me!

BTW - the cats rule here too. They are taking the Christmas tree apart and beheading the little Santa Clauses that sat in the tree!

Best wishes for 2012!
Anna
Anna's SC Week 87

Rek said...

I love this and hope you can be just that ...yourself.... happy new year and sorry for the late response....personal problems kept me away for a time.

Jann Olson said...

Oh Karen, I love it! So dog-gone funny. My hubby always asks, "Do you want a little cheese with that
whine?" A girls gotta do what a girls gotta do. Love the Daddy long leg part. As a child growing up I never wanted to hurt one of those long legged guys. Always heard that they were the most posionous spider, but that they couldn't bite. Wonder if there's any truth to that. Stay out of the dog house and have a wonderful year!
Jann

JJ said...

I am certain you will enjoy a great year!

Jenny said...

Karen, you are always so darned clever.

I love the way you come at your stories...I need to start thinking 'WWKW' (what would Karen write) to come up with different viewpoints.

Sending you warm wishes (just a bit belated - ha!) for a New Years filled with creativity and joy.