'My New Years Resolution' - Poem by Linda Winchell
I think this New Years, in '2010, '
I will make some resolutions that might really work,
Not like the others made in years past,
Never kept any, seemed all just silly quirks.
I intend next year to lose a pound or more,
Putting fiber in every meal,
And try to walk about three miles a day,
Just going to try and keep it real.
Maybe take up eighteen holes of golfing,
Or knitting scarves for next Christmas giving,
No matter what I chose to do next year,
I just hope, I‘ll still be amongst the living!
By: Linda Winchell
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