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2010 Resolutions by Lisa Scherer
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2010 Resolutions Ah, the new year. A fresh calendar, a clean slate, a new two-digit number to get used to writing on my checks. Traditionally, people make new year's resolutions about eating healthier, exercising more, saving more money and being a better person.
My new year's resolutions are more important than that. I want to be a better fangirl. I want to make up for last year's deficit of books, movies, TV and fun in my life. So, in 2010, I plan to:
See a movie at a drive-in theater.
Attend my monthly book club meetings. Maybe even read the assigned book.
Go to a Con I've never attended before.
Attend at least one film screening at every local film festival.
Give SyFy's new Battlestar Galactica prequel Caprica a chance and not just hate it on principle. Give myself permission to continue hating the revamped spelling SyFy.
Read the LOTR books and then re-watch the trilogy so I can decide for myself if Peter Jackson should be worshipped or lambasted.
Keep up with current events so I can better defend my viewpoint in CFB message board discussions.
Stop wondering about Dexter and Dark Shadows, and just watch them already.
Read something by a classic sci-fi author who I've never read before (and am embarrassed to admit publicly that I haven't read).
Face my fear and watch The Texas Chainsaw Massacre again.
Happy New Year, fanboys and fangirls!
"FANGRRL" is ©2010 by Lisa Scherer. All graphics, except where otherwise noted, are creations of Nolan B. Canova. All contents of Nolan's Pop Culture Review are ©2010 by Nolan B. Canova.
Ah, the new year. A fresh calendar, a clean slate, a new two-digit number to get used to writing on my checks. Traditionally, people make new year's resolutions about eating healthier, exercising more, saving more money and being a better person.