Since we were in the process of getting over some colds Phil and I were in the mood to spend or Friday evening home. What do we do? Wendy's run. We love Wendy's and have a special place for the Wendy's dollar menu in our hearts. Well, we get home and decided to pop in a movie. As we're scrolling down to see what movie to watch, we see Phil has TiVoed "Super Size Me". He having seen it once before and me never we thought it would be a laugh to watch it while we ate fast food. Needless to say I did not make it all the way through my Jr. Bacon Cheese Burger. For those of you who haven't seen it, it basically shows that if you were to eat three square meals a day from McDonald's, for a month, you would do the same amount of damage to your liver as an alcoholic. Not to mention the way their chicken nuggets are made....ewwwh. That along with their market strategies geared toward children and their priorities for money rather than the health of the nation made me really mad at fast food. And while I sit here fighting the urge to salivate at the though of a medium fry and frosty...I promise to start anew! No more fructose and other artificial flavorings (as well as nutrients). I will cook! And I will be good at it!


I love making lists. Lists about what I want to buy at the store, lists about my favorites and especially 'to do' lists (I'm really good at those...not so much doing things on the list, but writing up the list--I am the best). I even have a journal dedicated to lists. However, with my love for lists, I am a little surprised I have yet to compose a list of New Year's Resolutions. Well...I guess I've made a little one, but it doesn't count because it wasn't dubbed "My New Year's Resolutions", it just happened to be written down around New Year's. But don't judge. This doesn't mean I am a stagnating human being lacking any sense of goals or direction. I have resolutions and self-improvments rolling around in my head all the time. In fact, I've even started to act on some of them. Not all of them, but some. Like writing in my journal for example. Not my creative journal, a real journal. I have done awesome. So I'm thinking if I write it down and make it an official resolution...will I jinx it? Which brings me to my new New Year's Resolution theory. I'm not going to write them down. I am just going to do it! Be active! And if for some reason I don't follow thru or never start it in the first place...there is no record of it :D