Thursday, December 31, 2009
I had a friend at BYU named Hal. He was in my Accounting class with a childhood friend named Jeanine. And there was one other guy, whose name I cannot recall. The 4 of us studied together and did our group project together. We had a great time and got OK grades. But, back to Hal. He was so funny. When you would ask him how he was doing, he would answer, "having a Hal of a day." Or "I feel like Hal." (It may help to read to these out loud to get the effect.) But Hal had a theme for every year. One year his theme was:
Say "I do" in '92
But when that didn't work, he changed his theme for the next year:
"Marry me in '93"
I thought that was so funny...to have a theme for each year. But, I've been thinking about it the last few days and I think Hal had a good idea. I'm not so much into New Year's Resolutions, but I have come up with my own theme for the New Year:
Become the best you've ever been in 2010.
I like it. That's my theme for the new year. I think it can apply to all aspects of life. And it's easy to remember because it (kind of) rhymes. And I'm not striving for perfection just improvement.
So, how about it?
Become the best you've ever been in 2010