And while watching "Eat Pray Love," my ears went on high alert during the scene when Julia Roberts lay on the floor trying to zip her pants. The zipping pants deal didn't matter to me so much. (I've always heard about people doing that, but it looks do uncomfortable. I'd just buy new jeans.) It was the Sly and the Family Stone "Thank You" song I remember hearing as a kid that made me smile. I rewound that scene at least three times and started dancing around my living room. I ran downstairs to finish laundry I was in the middle of, came back up and started round two of dancing.
The new year is four days away and not only do I want nothing another year older, but I don't have any new year's resolutions. At this point, I'm just doing the two-step and thanking folks for accepting me for being myself.