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Friday Funnies: Resolutions



Hello, Posse!


I hope you have all had a great week. Mine has been crazy. There is a lot going on here to finish up this books series by getting part seven, Into the West: Families Ties published, the podcast going, the audio books for the Into the West Saga Serial going, and more things to come. I can probably keep busy for the next two years easy!


Even with all of that, I have already started planning the book I want to write next under my actual name, Dianne Burckhardt, when this serial is finished. I will be making a switch over to www.Dianne Burckhardt.com (<-- click to go) when that happens. However, do not worry, I am looking at creating BurckhardtBooks.com to house everything under one name. I will set it up so you can just go to one site to access everything Stephen Burckhardt and Dianne Burckhardt in one place. Don't worry about having to create new bookmarks. If I do this right, when you go to Stephen Burckhardt's website you will just get redirected to Burckhardt Books and find everything you are looking for there. Now I just have to find time to do that work!


In the meantime, I think we could all use a few laughs. I mean when is that ever a bad idea?

Check out these great "Dad Jokes" about New Year's resolutions.


If you need more entertainment, check out my award-winning, historical fiction/western books at www.StephenBurckhardt.com/books. (<-- click to go)


Have a great weekend, posse!

Stephen

 

Q. What is a New Year’s resolution?

A: Just words that go in one year and out the other.


Q: How do your New Year's celebrations change as you get older?

A: When you are a kid, you get special permission to stay up for New Year’s.

When you're middle aged, you can stay up as late as you want but you are too tired to do it.


Q: What do New Year’s countdowns have in common with the tooth fairy?

A: No one is ever awake to see them.


Q: What is your New Year’s resolution?

A: I plan to start seeing my cup as half-full, preferably with whiskey, vodka, rum . . .


Q: What is your New Year’s resolution?

A: I was going to stop eating chocolate, but no one likes a quitter.


Q: What was the Regan MacNeil's Priest’s New Year's resolution?

A: To exorcise more.


Q: What was Dr. Frankenstein’s new year’s resolution?

A: To try to make some new friends.


Q: Why is the Times Square New Year' Eve celebration always disappointing?

A: Even with all the hype, year after year they drop the ball!


Q: What is your New Year’s resolution?

A: I was going to vow to stop procrastinating, but I decided to wait until next year.


Q: Why did you stand on your left foot during the New Year’s Eve countdown?

A: Because I wanted to start the New Year on the right foot.


And last but not least . . .


Q: Have you ever kept a New Year’s resolution?

A: Yes,10 years ago a owed to stop making resolutions and I have never failed to keep it.

 

Need Help making your New Year's resolutions? Check out the Kid President's challenge!

Kid President Awesome Year Challenge!


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