Thursday, December 24, 2009

2010 Resolutions - Sophia

  1. Get a literary agent
  2. Get my dancer's ability back (and the athletic body that went with it)
  3. Get my insulin/glucose issues checked out and managed
  4. Get a book deal
  5. Make a lot more money than I have in the last 3 years (which means I need to stop applying to graduate programs and focus on working!)



Cuddleslut said...

good luck!

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