Sunday, January 3, 2010

2010, Bring it on!!!

Happy New Year, indeed. I'm so sorry, I just found this picture to be too cute to not post. For those of you who have seen the movie UP, this is my "I do not like the Cone of Shame" look.

Anyway, HAPPY NEW YEAR, and yes, I know... For all of you who follow me on twitter, FINALLY, my blog is up! Thank you for haranguing me to get off my booty and get on this!
So I woke up on New Years Day (barely, as you can see... Staying out with friends until 5:30 in the morning makes things like "waking up" take longer than usual...), and the realization that the season is a mere six weeks away filled me with bubbling excitement. So much in fact, that it left me frothing at the mouth! Damn... The start of a new decade (though I know that in all honesty, the new decade starts next year, but whatever....), a new era.. Very exciting times in store for everyone, I hope. We are entering a new time in our lives!!! Let us enjoy it, relish in it, and thrive!!!

For me, the 2009 season was a fascinating year of internal growth, and I feel like the hardships of nearly winning two majors, as well as the multi-tasking required to play golf at a competitive level, live a full and adventurous life, and write a book (out in the spring of 2010,  pre-order here) has made me stronger, wiser, and more patient with everything in life that I encounter. What may come in 2010? Who knows, but I can't wait to see!!!

15 comments:

  1. Great to see you take the next step up from micro-blogging Christina.Look forward to reading your posts and also seeing some of the cool photographs you've been known to take on your travels. Godspeed!

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  2. ..have always loved the 'tude... mik'd up and giving MW advise on course was precious... gonna try and give this a little boost... You Go!.. and let's win one early!

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  3. Finding you here just made my freezing, nongolfing day!

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  4. Yes, I do not like the cone of sha...SQUIRREL!!!

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  5. I think the LPGA should pay you just to play
    with potential sponsors.
    I found your blog thru mylpga.com
    I will fav your blog keep us posted.

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  6. U rock Gal the LPGA needs a lot of fun filled, talented players as your self. Glad to find this blog!!! go get em this year!!!
    Wiliebe

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  7. Hi Christina:

    What the process for getting a signed copy of your book? Any chance you'll be out doing book signings while you are on the road?

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  8. The book is available at amazon.com, and I will be doing book signings this year for sure!!!

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  9. Congratulations, Christina, welcome to the blogosphere. Best wishes for inspiration and a never ending supply of words.

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  10. Hey Cristina, looking forward to your blog! WOuld love to hear your thoughts on the new commish and the upcoming season. Can't wait for the start!

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  11. I pre-ordered the book, cant wait to read it!

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  12. How you going sign um no Hawaii stops.. das ok i'll find you soon enough... Great things this new year.. Cheers

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  13. BOOK, BOOK, BOOK, awesome CK!!!

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  14. Hi Christina - I am a 45 Japanese-American woman (in my head though, I'm 28 - LOL!) I am just learning how to play golf - in fact, played my first round of 9 yesterday!! Just wanted to say that I'm a HUGE fan of yours! I LOVE your style Thanks for making golf FUN and entertaining because frankly, up until you - I thought it was sooo boring! Looking forward to cheering you on this season!!!

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