Wow, kinda weird, New Year’s morning with no Bob Eubanks narrating the Rose Parade. Sippin on hot cocoa and watching the floats go on by, as bob informs you of every intricate detail that goes into making these masterpieces, isn’t going to happen to day. I guess I will have to wait until tomorrow, but it just doesn’t seem right. In the meantime, I suppose I can contemplate over some new years resolutions:

List of BBQ Junkie’s new year’s resolutions:
10. Eat more BBQ
9. Cook more BBQ
8. Try and post more frequently
7. lose that holiday weight
6. cook in a BBQ competition
5. review more restaurants
4. redesign my website
3. judge more events
2. spend more time with family and friends (BBQ’n of course)
1. have fun while doing it all

Happy new year everyone and thanks for reading BBQ Junkie in 2005. Things will only get better in 2006.

5 Comments

  1. jill of da grill
    January 2, 2006

    Number 7 might be tough because of numbers 10,9,6,5,3 and 2. But good luck and happy new year!

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  2. sarah
    January 2, 2006

    happy new year!

    i love your list of resolutions…though i think you should just axe number 7, too ;)

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  3. The Survival Gourmet
    January 4, 2006

    I resolve to eat more BBQ. Everything else is just a suggestion.

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  4. ty
    January 5, 2006

    Best wishes on the new year. Here’s a suggestion for #5, I’d be curious how they rank if you’re willing to drive out to Santa Clarita. http://www.thebbqclub.com/

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