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Last New Year’s Eve, we welcomed the new year on Mountain Time. At 10:45 here in the Pacific Time zone, someone yawned. Yawns are contagious. (Even just reading this, you’re tempted to yawn, aren’t you?) By some miraculous consensus, we all agreed that if it was midnight in Alberta, that was good enough for us.
The New Year is traditionally a time for Resolutions. I’ve never had much success keeping my New Year’s Resolutions. Most are hopelessly idealistic, like promising to avoid puns. Or to think kindly of Donald Trump.
The only Resolution I’ve ever managed to keep was my resolution, a few years ago, to stop making New Year’s Resolutions.
Now, instead of making rash promises, I look for words of wisdom that might influence my behaviour.
Categories: Sharp Edges
Tags: New Year's Resolutions, Donna Sinclair