Happy New year

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Happy New year

Postby keith » Tue Jan 01, 2013 1:20 am

To one and all

Hope next year sees an increase in prosperity for each of us as individuals, and for my beloved country.

And I fervently hope that the Greeks do exit the Euro for the sake of Greece
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Re: Happy New year

Postby Nick » Tue Jan 01, 2013 1:33 am

Happy New Year to you and yours Keith, and to all who read this.

Facebook has an App. which summarised your 2012 - I ran it but didn't publish it as it started off with how miserable 2011 was for me and those I knew. Don't want that :D

2012 has been a year of recovery for me, and continual improvement. A number of people I know have had a grim 2012 too - however I look forward to 2013 with considerable optimism, for myself and many of my close friends. I think 2012 was a corner turning year, and not only "things can only get better" - they are and will get better!

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Re: Happy New year

Postby Steve Griff » Tue Jan 01, 2013 10:56 am

Cheers Keith, all the best for your 2013 too.
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Re: Happy New year

Postby Lynda » Tue Jan 01, 2013 3:27 pm

Happy New Year to everyone
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Re: Happy New year

Postby keith » Tue Jan 01, 2013 9:40 pm

Oh 2013 will have changes for me

1 ) The mug tattoo is being erased

2) Management are gonna learn that "I" ain't in "team" - they want me to be in the team then treat me like a team player and fairly, like others are treated

3) I'm gonna lose at least 1/2 a stone

4) I'm having a major clear out, both physically and mentally

5) Some debts are being collected
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Re: Happy New year

Postby Nick » Wed Jan 02, 2013 11:31 am

keith wrote:Oh 2013 will have changes for me


ROFL

That sounds like some well thought out resolutions, with a bit of kick-ass resolve behind them!

I'm sticking with 2011 & 2012's resolutions, which are only partially implemented - losing weight, and leveraging my business. I've committed to going skiing in February - this is how I get my motivation, commit to something that is currently impossible, and I have no choice but to make it work. So now I am forced to get fit, and do my back exercises. I started yesterday & I went for a walk. Oh - OK it was to the pub :oops: but it's a start!
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Re: Happy New year

Postby Steve Griff » Wed Jan 02, 2013 7:29 pm

Nick wrote:
keith wrote:Oh 2013 will have changes for me


ROFL

That sounds like some well thought out resolutions, with a bit of kick-ass resolve behind them!

I'm sticking with 2011 & 2012's resolutions, which are only partially implemented So now I am forced to get fit, and do my back exercises. I started yesterday & I went for a walk. Oh - OK it was to the pub :oops: but it's a start!


I do like the sound of your excersise plan Nick, if more Pubs allowed dogs I might be more tempted myself, the current doggy friendly pub is a hell of a walk from our house and walking back as well would be too much!
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Re: Happy New year

Postby Nick » Wed Jan 02, 2013 7:49 pm

Our local allows dogs. Most dogs are better behaved than their owners!
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Re: Happy New year

Postby Lynda » Thu Jan 03, 2013 9:00 am

It's a good job neither Dave nor I are drinkers. Our local closed down over a year ago. The nearest pub is quite a long walk away.

We get our exercise walking Rocky who is young enough to need a lot of walks.
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