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2012 New Year’s Resolutions

Amanda Crider, Staff Report

Yet another year swiftly approaches as Saturday night will mark the beginning of 2012 and a new chapter. The year 2011 has certainly marked many milestones, good and bad, for the Bamberg County community that will not soon be forgotten. Through these milestones, lessons have been learned, solutions have been found and blessings have been bestowed. As citizens gear up for 2012 and wonder what the year may bring, most will begin contemplating their own milestones and resolutions. New Year’s resolutions made to actively do better, be better, live better and try harder for the year to come. Here are some citizens and their resolutions for 2012:

Pansy Clayton - “I am going to stay CALM and CONSTANT all year and be Happy the whole 365 days!!! I am going to be grateful every day for all the wonderful people in my life and appreciate all the lessons I've learned from others. Thank you all for sticking by me and for spurring me on. Thank you most of all, God, for what you know you have done for me.”

Ester Sheldon - "I resolve to "kick" my addiction to online auctions. The bidding "wars" must stop. Seriously!"

Debbie Lott Brown – “My new year’s resolution is to let go of what I cannot change, live fully in the blessings of each day, and to share with joy whatever I can with those with whom I come into contact each day.”

Sarah Diane Deloach – “My resolution is to love others as well as myself and to spend more time with my family.”

Velvet Lace Elrod – “My new year's resolution is to take more time to do things for myself.”

Gwen Ryan – “My resolution is to make more time to spend with my family and friends and not be so busy.”

Tammy Jones of The Bargain Spot – “This year I am going to have a better quality of health by eating right and exercising. I want to take my business to a new level and live life to the fullest, even more so than I did in 2011.”

Teet Breland of The Farm Bureau – “My new year’s resolution is to become more organized. I want to better utilize my time so that I may be most efficient in helping my clients and I want to become more prosperous so that I can help my family more.”

Iona Brown of Dollar Days – “My resolution is to help my three-year-old to sleep in her own bed during the night.”

Ginger Godley of B-E Middle School – “My resolution is for me and my family to have a healthy year and some good children for the next school year.”

Ginni Bowes – “I don’t make new year’s resolutions because I never keep them.”

Jerry Halmon – “I want to be more health-conscious and remember to be more thankful for my many blessings.”

Sally Padgett – “I want to give back to others as much as others have helped me.”

Bonnie Edgington – “My resolution is to get in the habit of dieting and exercising and to encourage my husband to join in.”

Jamie Wilson – “I want to lose 15 pounds and get healthy so I can be healed of my diabetes.”

Joyce Shuler – “My resolution is to keep my car good and clean and to be kind to others.”

Amanda Crider – “My resolution for 2012 is to exercise more, smoke less cigarettes, pray more and worry less. I also want to work on taking care of myself more than I do.”

Joyce Searson – “My New Year’s Resolution is to try not to work too hard, keep all my doctor and dentist appointments, take better care of myself and spend more time with my family. In other words, I am going to slow down a little.”

Here’s to a new prosperous year full of blessings, wealth, love, kindness and happiness. Happy New Year Bamberg County! 2012: Here we come!

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