Monday, January 01, 2007

New Year

My wife and I hosted a New Years Eve Party last night. It was a lot of fun. We had about 30 people over and celebrated the New Year.

My wife, my mother, and Jack Evans made a feast that 75 people could not have consumed and we had a great time.

I certainly hope that 2007 is a better year then 2006. I hope for the following in 2007:
1. I plan on becoming both a CPA and an ABV (Business Valuation Certification)
2. I hope to get my mother setup in a place of her own in the next two months
3. I hope to drop 30 pounds before we go to Germany in June
4. I am looking forward to spending a couple of weeks in Germany visiting my father-in-law
in June.

From a political standpoint I have several hopes as well:
1. I hope that the new gridlock that we have in Washington will limit the increase in the size
of government.
2. I hope that we restore some of the accountability that has been missing from the
Government for decades.
3. I hope that we agree on a plan for how to drawdown our troop levels in Iraq.

Mike Sylvester


Angry White Boy said...

Where's the pics from the party?

James Fitch said...

Very good party

The food was great

Anonymous said...

I agree... pictures! Also, any hopes for downtown FW in 2007?!?!

LP Mike Sylvester said...

Not really Scott. I want to see more about the proposal!

Mike Sylvester

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