Best wishes to all in this year. I checked my horrorscope but it doesn't look bad at all, so I don't have to sort thru to find one I like. Not that I pay much attention to those, I'm more a fan of personal choices and consequences in life. Granted, there are a lot of things we can't control - just look at the horrific tsunami in southern Asia - but there are also more choices that we realize are there, or permit ourselves to make.
I haven't thought of any resolutions for the New Year - I could quit smoking I suppose but haven't done so for 30 years so maybe that's too easy. Like giving up liver for Lent. Walking more would be a good one, especially with retirement re-appearing. It's been dreary here in Toronto the last few days as far as weather is concerned, but the forecast promises brief sun today, so I'll grab the camera and head out.