New Years Eve

In a few hours we’ll be waving goodbye to 2010.  Most people will be starting off the New Year drunk, then hung over and resolutions will be broken without a second thought.  Many people view New Years as a celebration, a fresh start; others see it as nothing more than a day.  At very least it’s the beginning of a new calendar.

I’m not a big New Years Eve fan, but I understand why people are.  It is a good way to trick yourself into believing that you can change.  You can take up something new, quit smoking, lose weight or anything else you may wish to do.  Of course you won’t keep it, but at least you tried.

Resolutions aside, New Year does feel like a fresh start, at least I think it does.  I say ‘feel’ because it doesn’t really offer anything new.  The calendar may change, but your still the same person, living in the same house, working in the same job, hanging out with the same people.  Sorry if I took the romantic view out of your New Year.  Go enjoy New Years Eve, make resolutions you won’t keep and start the year off with a headache, you’ve earned it.

Don’t forget to comment and vote below to let me know what you think.  Also since this is the last day in December this is the last day that the poll will be white.


One response

  1. Amy

    Nt a big fan of new years it seems like any other day bu ppl hope d next year will b better dn d one gone n dey prob end up disappointed anyways!!!

    December 31, 2010 at 10:58 pm

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