New Year 2005 is nearly upon us. It’s the time to look back over the past year and decide what was right, what was wrong, and what we can do better in the coming year.
2004 was a good year, overall. To others, looking in from the outside, it may appear that life was sucking pretty bad for me – but alas, I think it all worked out fairly well in my favor. I had a chance to meet some wonderful people and learn how to stand up for myself more. I learned to be more human and that I really do love my family, however broken it may appear to be.
I could do a year end review month by month, but frankly, I don’t have the mentality – so, just the highlights for me. I moved, I learned how to design websites – and not just any websites, websites built with tendering loving W3C care, I met some wonderful people, read some wonderful blogs and now I’m ready to start a fresh new year.
I have a number of goals for 2005 and I will be spending my rainy evening writing them down, then I’ll call my family at 12:01am to wish them a happy new year, then I’m going to sleep. Tomorrow morning, I’m going to wake up, stretch, carry out my morning routine as normal – then I’m going to turn off all my lights and watch movies all day. I may turn on my computer to check email or something – and if I feel really inspired, I’ll blog.
On my final note, some may call me altruistic and idealistic, but I never lose hope that each year, the world can be an even better place and that one day mankind will have a collective epiphany and realize that Mother Nature creates enough death and destruction without us helping out…
So, as 2004 draws to an end – I want to wish everyone, from the bottom of my heart, peace, love, happiness, joy, and prosperity for the new year and always.