I’m not a believer in New Year’s. I don’t even think it’s a real holiday and everyone knows that resolutions are made only to be broken. However, I looked forward to the end of 2010, and more importantly, the beginning to 2011 with more enthusiasm and heart than I have ever wanted anything in my life. It’s the start of a new year- 2011, the year I turn 30, the year that I spend in South Korea rewriting my life story. Maybe this is just the year to make a resolution and make sure that I do everything in my power to never break it. I have no idea what the next 10 months will hold for me, but I was inspired by the restaurant where Marisol and I had lunch today.
It was all over the menu and the walls, I had to take it as a sign. And I think it makes a good resolution.
I still love sparklers as much as I did when I was ten years old. Happy New Year!
(photo credits go to Marisol…I didn’t take any of these pictures. You should thank her. :)
Oh and Ps, I rock at foosball. Unless you consider “spinning” illegal. Which I don’t.