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Well since New Years eve is only a couple days away so how about hearing some of the New Years Resolutions folks here have made for 2019. I have made up my mind to continue not smoking as long as these patches keep working and also lose some of the weight I have gained since quitting a while back!! Also going to try and make a few more range trips to get back on target a little bit. Lets hear some others!!!................:up:

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I've resolved not to resolve to do or quit or start anything. I know it will be tough, but I think I can do it.

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1 hour ago, Raoul said:

I've resolved not to resolve to do or quit or start anything. I know it will be tough, but I think I can do it.

There is sound logic afoot here and I too shall take this pledge!

Thank you Raoul for opening this door. ;)

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To spend more time talking, texting, and visiting with my father.  He's getting up there in years, and the vicissitudes of aging are slowly but surely making their presence felt. 

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Get back to structured cardio rehab exercises at Chattanooga Memorial Hospital.  Enjoyed them after my triple bypass and they sure make me feel better.  Also help in keeping my weight down.

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I don't make any resolutions, however keep up the good work bersaguy. I quit smoking in 1987 and have not touched one since. Of course I gained 50 pounds, but eventually lost a few. If you manage to quit it will pay dividends later one in your life. That's a good thing.

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4 hours ago, pop pop said:

I don't make any resolutions, however keep up the good work bersaguy. I quit smoking in 1987 and have not touched one since. Of course I gained 50 pounds, but eventually lost a few. If you manage to quit it will pay dividends later one in your life. That's a good thing.

So far the patches seem to be working. I have not been on them to long but am able to be around someone else that is smoking and I don't want to join them and light one up so I guess thats a good thing. I am on level 2 which is 14 MG and will be on that level for at least 45 more days before going to level 3 which is 7MG....................:up:

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 I'm going to make two, one for this year and another for next year.  This year I'm going to start cleaning out/straightening out my shop. Next year I'm going to continue the job :D

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I resolve to really get out and enjoy Tennessee.  We love it here.  The people here (and on this forum) are fantastic.  I need to get way more into the great outdoors. 

By Spring we may actually be unpacked.....fishin' time.

The only things I miss about ILLannoy are a few friends (who are talking about leaving anyway) and a few great restaurants.

Happy New Year to all!

 

 

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We have camped in every TN State Park, that has RV camping in TN, except for 2 around Memphis.  Don't have any desire to go to Memphis or that area.  Every Park has something unique to that area. 

TN has a lot to offer out of doors. Get out and enjoy it QuackerSmaker. 

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Thank you, pop pop!  I don't have much interest in the Memphis area per se, but would have a lot of interest in duck hunting next year along the Mississippi flyway.

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I never set New Year Resolutions, but every year in December, I do a "How Goes It" review of the year. It's mostly a review of my running. I list successes, failures, injuries and current status of injuries,  lessons learned, and goals for the New Year. The Lessons Learned is always the longest. I never set resolutions, per se... just goals.

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 I don't usually get into the "resolution" thing but this thread actually got me to thinking.  About the most practical, and maybe, the most useful would be to try to sell more guns than I buy next year. 

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On 12/28/2018 at 12:06 AM, btq96r said:

To spend more time talking, texting, and visiting with my father.  He's getting up there in years, and the vicissitudes of aging are slowly but surely making their presence felt. 

Please do. I used to get annoyed when dad would call almost daily once we moved from VA in 2005. Calls stopped a day short of my 30th bday in 2007. Still miss seeing "Dad" on the caller ID.

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