Friday, January 14, 2011

The State of Me

Distinguished guests and fellow Americans, the Constitution declares that information regarding the State of the (Me), should be given from time to time.  For the 3rd annual State of Me Address, I wish to garner the support of my supporters and I wish to ask those who don't support me, why are you reading this?  Amidst a turbulent 2010, the 'Me' still got some stuff accomplished.  Also, much was left undone through procrastination, neglect, forgetfulness, or lack of motivation.  For example, why doesn't the upstairs hall need an empty dresser?

I reached out a hand to the international community.  I'm pretty sure that international relationships have now been strengthened as I currently have a boyfriend in St. Maartin.  I don't know his name or anything but I bet we could find him exactly where I left him.  Also, I met people from the Philippines, Indonesia, Netherlands, Ireland, Austria, and Great Britain.  2010 was a record year for international relations.

I am hopeful about the economy and the 'Me' economic situation.  2010 did not put the 'Me' ahead or behind.  The economic goals stated in the 2010 address were fruitless, minus the vacation.  I hope 2011 can be a banner year for a provident lifestyle.  I anticipate that this will be the year to work within a budget.  I will invest in what the 'Me' needs and sacrifice what we don't. 

During the season defined as the "Promise of Change," I made a master list of projects to improve the infrastructure of my home.  There are key players in this movement.  Although I represent the entire 'Me,' I am realistic about accomplishing this on my own.  (plumbing, sewing, drilling, moving big stuff, etc.)  I look forward to working with many organizations and individuals with these tasks.

2011 will reflect my renewed focus on terrorism.  I will not negotiate with terrorists.  Furthermore, I will try not to be a terrorist either.

I am inspirited with the feeling of anticipation for 2011.  "We have finished a difficult year. We have come through a difficult decade. But a new year has come. A new decade stretches before us. We don't quit. I don't quit. (Applause.) Let's seize this moment -- to start anew, to carry the dream forward, and to strengthen our 'Me' once more. (Applause.)" 

A special thanks to The Huffington Post, the Thesaurus, the number 17, and to viewers like you.


Wendy H. said...

I stood and applauded several times as I read this. You're a great leader of your self.
I only sat and shook my head with a grimace during the "budget" portion. It's time to expand vacation spending. You have to spend money to make money in these tough economic times.