December 28, 2014

Sunday Stealing: The New Year's Eve Meme

This week's Sunday Stealing comes from the archives!

In 2014, I gained a few new friends.

I lost several family members :(

I stopped drinking soda and diet soda.

I started drinking lots of water.

I was hugely satisfied by the work I do in my current job.

And frustrated by my weight

I am so embarrassed that I weight as much as I do.

Once again, I am feeling sorry for myself.

Once again, I did not get everything accomplished in 2014 that I wanted to get done.

The biggest physical difference between me last December and this December is: I am fatter.

The biggest psychological difference between me last December and this December is: I am wiser.

I loved spending time: with family.

Why did I spend even two minutes: dealing with drama.

I should have spent more time: with my family.

I regret buying: too much damn food.

I will never regret buying a new tv, even though with that money I could have purchased new contact lenses.

I eat way too much.

I didn't see my family enough.

Drama and bullshit drove me crazy.

The most relaxing place I went was, Texas.

Why did I go to the store, when my leg was swollen.

The best thing I did for someone else was, actually donating money to animals in need.

The best thing I did for myself was to stop drinking soda.

The best thing someone did for me, was to talk to me when I was depressed (thank you Rose)!

The one thing I’d like to do again, but do it better: Nothing....I have no regrets.


  1. Drama aside, it sounds like quite a wonderful year!

  2. Weight is a tough one. I battle that, too. I wish you luck with it in 2015.

  3. Well done giving up soft drink (soda) it's amazing how much better you feel when you've done that.
    Happy new year to you and yours

  4. I gave up chewing gum this year. It was really hard for me to do. I don't even miss it any more.

  5. I'm sorry that you have had great loss this year. No wonder you feel low.

    You've accomplished an awful lot this year, maybe not exactly what you planned to do, but things that were monumental for your health.

    Here's to a Very Happy New Year, and continued success marching toward better health and more happiness.

  6. I'm battling weight, too, Shannon. It's a toughie. I have to say, you might be my hero for giving up soda. That is my big addiction and I haven't been able to kick the habit yet.


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