six word fridays: resolved

7 01 2011

Winter Scenery, Lørenskog, Norway

ordinarily, if asked i would say

New Year’s resolutions aren’t for me.

my philosophy being you should act

if you want to achieve something,

regardless the time of year/season.

yet, this year i am resolvedSix Word Fridays

to continue creative pursuits already underway

to keep momentum going, no slacking!

yes this year, i am resolved.


It’s Six Word Fridays 2011! Check out the meme-action at Making Things Up. Lot of good reads of the six-word variety there.

Photo by Bernt Rostad.




10 responses

7 01 2011

Beautiful! Happy New Year Mel !

7 01 2011

Thanks! Same to you! 🙂

7 01 2011

I can’t wait to see what comes of these creative pursuits. Happy new Year.

7 01 2011

I can’t wait either…it’s a journey of discovery ahead of me!

7 01 2011

creative pursuits are pursuits worth pursuing-especially with momentum.
Nice post!

7 01 2011
Molly@Postcards from a Peaceful Divorce

I like the way that you played with the word resolved. It has so many interesting meanings. You emphasized the meaning of dedication and focus, which is exactly what is missing from most people’s New Year’s resolutions.

I love the photo, BTW! Happy New Year!

7 01 2011

Thanks Molly, I really enjoyed your post too. Good reminders to not be ruled by a desire to battle for resolution all the time.

7 01 2011

A great resolution — and we can all remind you not to slack off!

8 01 2011

actions speak louder than words, YES! One reason I also shy away from resolutions, I want my actions to speak for themselves, but sometimes it’s good to just put it out there!

8 01 2011
Kelly W

That was wonderful. Thanks for sharing.

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