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Resolutions 2014!

Well this is a bit late but here it is.

  1. Get one story finished and started posting.  Which story is up to me.  Feel free to prod me on the ones you're interested in. (I'll post a list of the ones I'm working on these days).

  2. Buy and move into a new house by the end of the year.  We've held off on this for far, FAR too long.

  3. Birthday parties for both boys.  After my experience when I was younger and no one showed up to one I planned myself I don't want that experience for the boys.

  4. Get the living room clean with minimal toys. (that's a bit generalized and I'll be happy if I get it that way four or five times this year.)

  5. Make dinner at home for a full month.  This one's just so I can compare it against a standard month (where we eat out about once a month).  In addition to this one, try and come up with taste-alike crust and such for Papa John's (I like their food, not the founder's philosophy in business so much.)

  6. Schedule at least one date night without the boys at home a month.

  7. Try to read more books that are NOT for the boys.  I've got to feel a bit more adult.

  8. Do more research on breweries/brewing history or newspapers in Cape Girardeau.

  9. Split and re-write my senior paper on the Cape Girardeau newspapers into two articles to submit to the Heartland Heritage Collection (which is the local history museum's collection of historical anecdotes.)

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Teaser for For the Good of the Earth

"General Lane, thank you for coming, President Thomas Anderson said as he shook the man's hand, "How is Mad Dog Lane?"

"As well as can be expected. You know how things get with reporters." They share a laugh at that comment.

"At least she's gotten off of your back with the interviews considering her current topic," the president said referring to Lois's series of interviews with Superman.

"And now it's MY turn to attempt to do the grilling. Let's just say she's a LOT more secretive about Superman that even I am about classified programs. I can't get more out of her than what she writes about him in her articles except that she seems to have a thing for him."

"Well Lois has never wanted the normal life now, has she?"

General Lane contemplated the president's comment and then said lightly, "No, no you're right about that."
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