Stormy Hayes

“My New Year’s resolution was not to make any resolutions. And that’s because, hey, if you’re going to do it, just do it. You don’t have to promise yourself of things you might not be able to do or you might not be able to follow through on. So, my biggest resolution every year is not to make any resolutions; is to just be like Nike “Just Do it.”

Carmen Martinez

“No, I didn’t make any resolutions because I knew I wasn’t going to keep it. Keep my word or my resolutions. I’m just going day by day.”

Eugene Cannon

“My New Year’s resolution is to stay out here on the street. I did for 15 years in the penitentiary. Now you know God has blessed me and I am doing whatever God wants me to do. I’m going God’s way. My church is right there on Central and Washington; pastor Abraham Lincoln Washington. Anybody who needs to visit us, come see us.”

Vivian Barnett

“No, I haven’t made any resolutions per say, but I am working on becoming a better person than I previously have been.”

Re’jine Griffin

“No, I did not make any resolutions because I did not see any point of doing it, and I don’t ever follow through on it. I am just going to keep being myself.”

Tianna Leonard

“My resolution was to not drink, and I broke it within the next two hours because it was the New Years and I just had to have a drink. I’ll go try again.”

Lonneice Davenport

“I didn’t break it yet. I start school tomorrow, so I’m still in school, and I got a job. That was my resolution to stay in school and get a job. No, I’m not going to break that.”

Steven Patrick

“I made a resolution to quit smoking and it didn’t last over two hours. So as New Years came in and everyone was celebrating, I went right downstairs and took a puff. I’ll keep trying.”

Geneva Barnett

“My new year’s resolution is to start losing some weight and praying to God I will stop smoking. I broke it today because it was so much going on at work, so I broke it. I smoked a cigarette. I’ll start again tomorrow because today was a hectic day at work.”