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What one thing did you accomplish this year that you spoke on the first of January?

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      Mz. Queen wrote Nov 27, 2008
    • If you notice I didn’t use the “R” word for just that reason. We have to be realistic.

        The one thing I am most proud of is that this year I attended college in the fall and not just in the Spring, which ironically started in January.




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      Coachmombabe wrote Nov 27, 2008
    • Like others have mentioned, I do not make new years resolutions either. I’m sure that I didn’t state any intentions on new years day, but it has definitely been a year of growth for me!

      Our organization opened a new branch of the ministry in April, and the pregnancy center has increased client activity by more than 100%! It's been quite a challenge, as I am not an administrative type person. Plus I've also fallen in to the role of public speaking, which is something I thought I could *never* do!

      Another upcoming accomplishment will be when we sign the papers for the loan for our ministry property in mid December! We should never have to relocate again!

      I can’t wait to see what 2009 holds for us!

      Donna, kudos to you for going to school!
      Pure, so glad you got to be with your family!

      Empower and Teeky, whether or not you “resolved” to, you made many new friends! ;o)

      Blessings,
      Cindy




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      Jacquie6363 wrote Nov 27, 2008
    • A stronger bond with my Lord & Saviour.  This has allowed me to have a positive look on negative situations, knowing that He is there, brought me to it and will definitely see me through it




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      Inakika wrote Nov 27, 2008
    • I don’t make resolutions anymore either. I never keep them anyway.
      I figure if I’m going to do it, I’ll do it regardless of the time of year.




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      Denise Alleyne-Hill wrote Nov 27, 2008
    • I don’t make new years resolution...simply because everyday I strive to be a better person than the day before...why resolve to do something at the beginning of a new year that you realistically know you might not be able to keep?...I’d rather do it my way...One day at a time!!




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      Mz. Queen wrote Nov 27, 2008
    • Soulful40 & Inakika  

       If you notice I didn’t use the “R” word for just that reason. We have to be realistic.

        The one thing I am most proud of is that this year I attended college in the fall and not just in the Spring, which ironically started in January.




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      Inakika wrote Nov 27, 2008
    • Got ‘cha, 47! I still say I try to do whatever needs doing when it needs to be done. Whew! Try saying that twice! LOL!




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      Denise Alleyne-Hill wrote Nov 27, 2008
    • 47..I saw that after I posted..my bad..I read..but I guess misunderstood...lol..It happens from time to time...but at the same time though..I don’t set out to accomplish anything except being a better person from day to day...I tend to live in the moment this time around..and saying that I will accomplish something that I spoke of/on in January..still seems to me some sort of resolution..As the first of January/end of December is when most people make resolutions or make a pact to accomplish something...thats my take on it anyway...




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