The personal ledger:
Three trips to America.
One breast cancer scare.
One surgery (see above).
One non-surgical trip under general (Boy's tube removal).
Somehow only one trip to another foreign country (unheard of, really--2011 saw 5 in four short months).
Two hospitalizations (one for Boy and one for Girl).
Two teacher conferences.
Five sessions with a behavioral therapist.
About a million question marks.
Twelve resolutions. Let's see how I did, shall we?
1. Sleep at least one night a week. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA.
2. Have a tough conversation or twenty. Ugh. Still hate to disappoint people and internalize every conflict. Yea for me!
3. Learn to garden. Um, no.
4. And then I will can it. Canning equipment still unopened.
5. Spend more date nights humoring my husband. What date nights? I have watched more of his movies when we hang out at home, I think. He will probably disagree.
6. Make academic goals for Boy. Yes, but turns out book-learning ain't the problem. Except in the way that it is. More on that later.
7. The dreaded baby books. HAHAHAHAHAHA.
8. Spend more time moving, and less time sitting. Well, I ran three races, including a half marathon. I was a no show for two others. Somehow I have ended the year a few pounds heavier than when I started, but I largely blame earlier snow and ice and a very festive series of holiday/birthday celebrations.
9. Make a financial plan and stick to it. Mostly.
10. Read more from our bookshelf. Well, not really, BUT I did read more on Kindle and I've indulged in more previously-unread classics (also via Kindle). Bookshelf still untouched.
11. Be a better emailer. HAHAHAHAHA.
12. Celebrate milestones on time. Hmmm. No.
So that's what, a 2.5 out of 12?
I'll post renewed optimism tomorrow. For tonight, Husband and I have already opened a bottle of bubbly, as we know we won't make it to midnight. Last year we were hanging with Digger and the Mrs. This year it's just the four of us.
Head vana aasta lõppu, as the Estonians say! We'll cover the uut aasta tomorrow. Until then, I hope you are ending your 2012 wiser, healthier, and happier than when it started and even if you aren't, there's a fresh start tomorrow. Drink a lot, don't drive, have fun, and see you in 2013.