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April 16, 2012

2012: ?

I had a new one-word theme all picked out for 2012, which was meant to start with a bang at the beginning of March.  But chronic illness struck again!

And now it’s mid-April and I’ve got very little momentum.  I am feeling better than I was a few weeks ago, but I am nowhere near where I was for most of December, January, and February (those really seem like golden months to me now — three of the healthiest months I’ve had in the last decade.  I was even fun for a few days!).  So I’ve made the difficult, but ultimately inconsequential decision to postpone that theme until next year.  I didn’t want to give it short shrift.

But based on last year’s success with the one-word theme and inspiration from my friends Victoria and Jen (who both picked one word themes for 2012 and have been chronicling some of their related endeavors), I still want to come up with something for 2012.  So far, I’m alternating between:

Git ‘er done some more.

or

Git ‘er done . . . or not.  Whatever.

What do you think?  Which sentiment should guide the last two-thirds of my year?

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2 Comments »

  1. Haha. What a hard choice . . . I can see why you’re torn!

    Comment by v. blanchard — April 17, 2012 @ 12:55 am

  2. How about rest, relax, recover, recooperate, regain…I’m realizing just how easy it is to do a one-word theme if you stick a “re” in front of it. Never fear, my darling. Last year I was envious of your ability to easily grab onto a fetching one-word them while I struggled and finally gave up on the endeavor. This year it just came to me. There will be next year. In the meantime, enjoy.

    Comment by Jen — April 17, 2012 @ 1:22 am


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