By: Cyndal Harris and Savanah Baugh
Welcome back! We hope you had a good, restful break. We know that this is the time of year that people often make New Year’s resolutions. To most people, a New Year’s resolution is a promise they make to themselves in order to make a positive improvement in their life. Some people, however, don’t enjoy making resolutions, but they still come up with their own ways, both old and new, to celebrate the New Year.
New Year’s Traditions
“I had dinner with my mom and watched TV with my wife and daughter.”
“My family loves seafood. We ate crab legs and played Monopoly.”
“I was in New York with my fiance and his mother.”
“I went to my grandma’s and ate shrimp.”
New Year's Resolutions
“Ours is to win districts because we haven’t since high school.”
“My resolution is to drink a gallon of water a day.”
-Update: He lost his jug a week later.