Keith Stewart’s remarkable adventures usually occur near his hometown of Hyden in the hills of southeastern Kentucky, although he can be found aimlessly wandering the streets of nearby Lexington at any given moment. Before he shed his corporate casing, he worked as a certified public accountant for a multi-national company. He now enjoys less stressful work with much less pay, and blogs and writes and stuff. Oh, and he is as happy as a clam.
Tuesday, December 28, 2010
Suck It 2010!
Now I know that there were probably an equal number of good things that happened this year. I have friends and family who got married, had babies, got job promotions, and lost weight. But you see, none of these things happened to me, so back to my original statement, 2010 sucked. If you fall into any of the "2010 was great" categories, congratulations, but get your own blog and toot about it there, in this blog if Keith ain't happy, ain't nobody happy.
I always think really hard about my resolutions for each new year. I ponder for days on how I will improve my life. I concentrate on it so long and so hard I finally convince myself that I am going to make the change I have resolved myself to do. I will live as Oprah tells me to do. I will read only "literature." I will fully abide by "The Secret." I will eat only healthy, organic foods. I will lose 184 pounds. All of this while helping build a water line for a small village in west Africa on my "charity vacation."
These resolutions usually wear thin around January 4th, and by mid-March, I am gorging myself on buffalo wings and beer, watching basketball on television, being my old sarcastic and jaded self, and not even thinking about that village in west Africa that I mentally adopted in December, let alone considering actually going there.
I will let you know what my resolutions are in the next few days. Any suggestions are more than welcome! Please let me know what your resolving to do in 2011 as well!
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