I hope everyone had a healthy and wonderful Holiday season. Mine was a bit fragmented. Gia went down to Charleston to see her family before Christmas, but I stayed local to see my family. But I made it down to SC in time for New Year's Eve and Day, so we just celebrated double then. All good. We've both been back for about a week now, but we still haven't really settled into a routine. Other than watching Sons of Anarchy marathons every night.
Much like me with this here blog.
I didn't make any New Year's resolutions. They never work out too well for me. But I have promised myself that I would do my best to move forward. Move forward from what? Well...everything. Work, family, life. A lot of times I get into these ruts where I just remain static. Or worse, I start back-tracking. So a generic "move forward" is something I am striving for in the new year. Let's see how that goes.
I hope I can fill this space with interesting posts, or at least posts that don't make you want to vomit. That's a thin line I'm constantly walking here. I'll also try to post some more on our collaborative food blog. I just posted a little something over there yesterday. Then there is the radio show. Now that the holidays are over, hopefully we can get back to a regular schedule in the Cornfield. I'm wondering if Sunday nights aren't really the best time for this thing. I'll keep you posted.
Other than that...I got nothing right now. I hope you are all enjoying the New Year!
Oh, one more thing. I got this package of old photos from when I was a kid over the holidays. I may post a few of them here and there. Below is one of them that I sent to a friend and she did some kind of clip-art thing with it. It was from a cell phone picture that I took of the original, so it's not very clear. Except, of course, for the rugged good looks.
Behold The Verdant Dude at age 6 or so in all his glory!!!
|Charlie Bucket called...he wants his hair back.|