Our question: "What is your New Year's resolution? And more importantly, why are you making it?"
The prize for our favorite answer: Dinner for two on New Year's Eve at Sabrina's Cafe, 1804 Callowhill St., which is offering a prix-fixe menu. (Only a few seats remain, by the way. See the deal here.)
Your stories were both touching ("spend more time with my wife") and hilarious ("I am giving up supermodels. I am just too tired of having to deal with their pretentiousness and I rather start dating normal females"). One new mother used rhyme to describe the loss of romance with her husband ("I resolve to have more sex / Before my hubby turns into ex" was how her plea for a romantic night out began). One expectant mom vowed to complete everything on her "Pre-Baby Bucket List" - 30 items, one for each week left in her pregnancy.
Joan Kaplan of Cherry Hill moved us the most with one sentence: "Having lost my beloved husband and best friend of almost 50 years, I decided after being his caretaker for 24/7 due to multiple bouts of cancer that instead of feeling depressed and remorse, that I would spend more time with family and friends, give more of myself to charity and my community and to do some living of life for myself."