I don't know about you, but my 2013 has been somewhat dissatisfactory. It started out with a week-long case of the flu, followed by extremely cold weather, record-level air pollution, a snowstorm, two car repairs, and a case of pinkeye. I haven't really had a chance to think about resolutions. So you know what? I'm starting over. I don't know if it's possible to exchange 2013 for a better year, but I'm sending it back. Therefore, today is going to be the first day of my new year 2013.1. Happy New Year! So far, I've kept all my resolutions today. How about you? Do you think they'll let me write 2013.1 on my checks?


  1. I'm so sorry you had such a rough start of the year! I told you before that in Russia they Christmas on the 7the 7th of January. Well, the New Year used to start on the 14th of January in the old calendar. It's been hundreds of years since it changed my Russian people still call the 14th of January "The old New Year". So yes, you can start the year a little late :)

    1. That's great, Lena. I'll just start with the Russian old New Year, and I'll be good to go.

  2. 2013.1 or the old Russian New Year is working out much better. Glad I upgraded.


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