Zombie Theology’s New Year’s Resolutions
It’s that time of year again! Time to make New Year’s Resolutions.
Now, we must admit that most New Year’s resolutions have 2 things in common: 1) They are not about zombies, and 2) they are often forgotten as soon as they are made.
Those of us who are part of Zombie Theology want to break both of those trends. So, we’re putting together our Zombie Theology New Year’s Resolutions.
Here there are, in the particular order in which we wrote them, which really means, “no particular order”:
1) Do not become a zombie.
While it seems obvious and it seems that this would not need to be a New Year’s resolution, we think it’s important to keep front and center in our thoughts throughout the year. Hey, if other people can resolve to exercise or eat right, then we can resolve not to become a zombie.
2) Do not take another 3 month hiatus.
Well, we were going strong through the summer, then something happened. But, we’ve resolved to keep Zombie Theology fun and not force ourselves to take another hiatus. Unless, of course, the zombie horde comes our way and we lose our internet connection…
3) Practice our zombie killing skills.
This should probably be #1 or at least #2, but it’s #3 because that’s where it is. Anyway… practice, practice, practice. Guns, crowbars, baseball bats, bows/arrows, whatever… practice.
4) Write more zombie stories.
Hmmm… perhaps this should not be a resolution. For us, this is kinda like breathing. But, hey, everyone needs a resolution that they can keep easily, right?
5) Provide video proof of a real, living (ummm… undead) zombie.
We’re going to do it. This is the year. It WILL happen. Stay tuned…
So, what are your New Year’s Resolutions?