Sunday, January 04, 2009

Happy New Year 2009

I had a very uneventful New Year's. I did spend it with my parents and we watched the movie 88 minutes with Al Pacino (it was pretty good). I went back home before midnight because my allergies have been bugging me and my mom called at midnight and said, this is going to be the year of grace, Happy 2009. I think so too. I was so excited that they finished February at the end of December. Bring on March and let's get through it in record time (better than most people think!) I was looking over Rumor Queen's website and it looks like last year, a little of December, all of January and February were referred which isn't that great. I think however, we're going to see more referrals. I really do. I think I might be waiting over 36 months (like maybe an early fall referral). I know a lot of people in my group are thinking 2010, but you know, I'm going to be an optimistic girl and believe that 2009, the year of the Ox is going to be my year.

I had my day spa appointment the day before New Year's Eve. My skin has never been smoother or softer. If you are ever in San Antonio and want a great manicure or pedicure (the polish is not even flaking off on my manicure like it usually does) you need to visit Krystle at Mediterranean Day Spa I had the Mediterranean Dream and if you like pampering, that's the package. I have learned though that I prefer facials, pedicure and manicures. She also does great things for our soldiers. She does massage therapy and all day spa treatments for the soldiers and their spouses.

I can't believe my vacation is already over. I go back to work tomorrow. I have been able to read like 4 or 5 books. I am now addicted to the Sookie Stackhouse series. I am on book #4 (I hope to finish it this evening). It is so much better than the HBO series (of course it is...the books are always better than it's TV series or movie).

I didn't make any New Year's resolutions this year. I've decided that I will just take it one day at a time, be more positive, and not try to be oversensitive.