Happy New Year

This is the obligatory new year post, but more than that it’s also a step towards completing some crazy goals this year. I have resumed my 101 goals in 1001 days likely because I was feeling very positive that day. I’ve been having some crazy days recently… but that’s way off topic.

Yesyes, well I will have a lot to do this year… I have to blog every single motherfuhreaking day, take a photo that summarizes my day every day, and a┬áportrait of myself every day (not necessarily my face). Can I do all that every day for one whole year? At the moment I feel very doubtful, but energized and motivated to have a daily “chore” if you will – something interesting to do. I’m hoping with time taking photos and writing daily will become as natural as brushing my teeth and taking my pills. (:

I already took pictures of myself (with a bunch o’ family) and photos that I think explains the day. Now, I’m blogging. That’s one day down. 364 (Feb. 29 excluded) more to go!!

I most definitely will edit this post to attach two photos. There will typically be two photos per post now, unless I do a end of the week summary and shit. XD; I have a whole year to figure out how I want to work this thing out. (:

Oh yes… we had dinner last night at Sambi, a Japanese restaurant in Downey. We stayed there until slightly past midnight. When we left we danced our way out… lmao. In a single file line. Lmao. We passed through the dance floor and danced with the peeps there. It was nice. (: Afterward we all headed to Elle’s house for the prizes. The prizes were $100, $200, $300, $400, and then three envelopes with $60 in them for the kids.

We had to write three resolutions onto a slip of paper with our name at the bottom. The papers went into a glass bowl and Diego helped me pull out the papers. And I read them aloud. The first name was… mine. Lmao. Sadly, I got the $100. Emo status. I was hoping for more… but some is better than none right? After, Alba won. Then Mary. Then Carlos (he isn’t part of our family, but he def. needs money atm, so he deserves it). The other four adults that didn’t win from the resolution draw still had their resolutions read aloud and their consolation prize was $40. However, only three adults won… Brian was the last winner and he agreed to give half of his loser’s money to my Uncle George. lolol. Then the kids… there were four, and only three of them got $60, but Diego got $20 consolation prize. XD; Basically… everyone won, but in diff. amounts. I soooo wanted that $400, but I guess I’m the one that needs it the least. ^^;

Alright, will editz this later with photossss. ­čśÇ

Happy New Year bbkakez.

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