Checking in on Those New Year’s Resolutions

I posted a nice list of things that I wished to accomplish for the new year and since most people give up on their resolutions after a week I thought I should assess my progress. After a month, here is where I stand.

-Get a haircut (Accomplished, but now I need one again)

-Read the dictionary (I did look up “williwaw” which can be quite helpful when watching the weather channel on mountainous coasts.)

-Adopt 5 more cats and one dog…pending Emilita’s approval (still pending approval)

-Lose 5 pounds of fat and gain 10 pounds of muscle (I gained at least 2 pounds of muscle)

-Stop coughing (mostly accomplished)

-Move to someplace exotic like the Dead Sea (working on it)

-Perform an exorcism (haven’t found a demon yet)

-Earn enough money to donate to an animal shelter and pay the rent for the month (1 out of 2 wouldn’t be bad either) (I donated $3, does that count?)

-Travel to Australia to find myself a nice shelia (Let’s not talk about it)

-Find some type of food that doesn’t make me gag (does water count as a food?)

-Make my cat love me and not the treat bag (Judging by all the cuts on my hands and arms I am thinking I should give this one up for now)

-Make my clothing out of cat hair so I never have to worry about getting the cat hair off before I go places (I think with a few more washes, some of my clothes will actually be held together with cat hair, so that is pretty close)

-Buy my mom a secluded house on a remote island far from cigarettes, bratty kids, and noisy neighbors (donated the funds I had saved to the animal shelter)

-Find a way to break it to my mom that Emilita will not be joining her on said island (not applicable, see above)

-Finally, help achieve world peace (I do what I can)

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