It’s a new year (ok, I’m a bit behind!)

January 14, 2010 —

So this is my first blog in a long time and I’m sorry it’s been forever. Let’s face it…my lack of blogs is pretty pathetic.

I know none of you want to hear my excuses but to make myself feel a little better for abandoning those that follow me, I will bore you with my long list of excuses: crazy December schedule at school, lots of test, weddings, MY BIRTHDAY, Christmas, family, and the worst one…I was sick from Dec 23 until about a few days ago. So there, now I feel better about my lack of contact with the blog world.

But for real….it’s my goal to be more on my game during this next year with blogs. And if my other New Year’s resolutions are any indicator of how I will manage my blog…the outcome is looking good.

I am not someone who usually sets new year’s resolutions but for some reason this year I just felt like it would be a new beginning to just start off with a bang. I have been pretty proud of myself as I have kept up pretty well with the goals I set and hope to continue in that routine. So here’s to me hoping that I don’t slack and let you all down.

So that’s all for now but be on the outlook for many more blogs. I will try to write blogs about what I have been doing over the last few months too…there was some good stuff during that time. Hope you are all enjoying the New Year!

Daley Dodd was born and raised in the little ol’ town of Newton, IA. Growing up involved sports, dance, clubs and anything under the sun that could keep the family busy. This busy bee life flowed over into her college years at Northwest Missouri State University. She was a member of the Northwest Dance team, taught dance at a local studio, a member of Alpha Sigma Alpha Sorority and involved in Campus Crusade for Christ (CCC). After college Daley journeyed on over to Europe and had the time of her life. While there she worked for CCC and got to experience new cultures, foods and people. After a year abroad her cravings for American food got the best of her and she came home. After living in Nebraska a year she decided to jump back on the school ship and came to DMU. She has loved her experience here so far and can’t wait for everything to come.


  • thomas

    I know exactly how you feel. December was an extremely busy month for myself also. you sound just like me

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    My resolution is to stop being pushed around. I am not going to turn into a jerk, but I am going to pay more attention to my own intuition, stop taking advice from others, and stop being a shoulder to cry on for people who can’t or won’t reciprocate.