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Meaningful Words

Natalie

Happy New Year!

Roger has chosen three words to be his watchwords for the new year.  Sounds like an excellent way to make a resolution.  I have been thinking of my own choices.  “Reuse, Recycle, Renew?”  They seem to hackneyed and insincere, even though I would like to work harder to be less wasteful.

I was thinking about “hospitality “ as one of them, but I’m about partied out from 2010, so I might not take that word seriously.

I’ve been on an “unsubscribing” kick throughout the holiday season .  Maybe that should be one of my words—getting too much meaningless email from vendors.  I don’t even remember joining these mailing lists!  Good bye Rugs USA, GNC, and Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology.  If I have done it right, though, “Unsubscribe” will be meaningless by February.  I need some better words!  I’m almost NEVER at a loss for words.

“Energy”—I could use a lot more of that.   “Vacuum.”  That’s something I could do much more often.  OK.  What are your resolution words this year?  Choose three.  Let me know what you decide.  Maybe your ideas will give me a little inspiration!


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