Final Thoughts on 2006Posted: January 1, 2007
Well, it’s almost over.
2006, that is.
But, fear not, loyal readers, I am here for you — providing one last post for you this year. I have given up my New Year’s Eve plans so that I could be here for you.
Yeah, right. Actually, New Year’s Eve hasn’t really been a big party time for me. Can’t even remember the last party I was at to celebrate it. Will try to watch the ball drop tonight, but I’ll inevitably end up falling asleep in my chair, waking up at like 1:30 and going, Damn, missed it again.
You can tell I’m concerned.
Some final ramblings for the year:
Happy Birthday, Molly. No need for a card, right? I know you’re reading this.
My son, who has decided that, apparently, I’m the meanest man in the world, forgot about that for a minute tonight to say, “Happy New Year, Daddy.” No matter how tough a day it had been, all was right with the world once he said that.
I’m going to try and watch Saw tonight. Fun New Year’s Eve entertainment, I know.
Still have our Christmas tree up. Longest we’ve gone. Probably will come down tomorrow.
I took this entire week off, but it always goes by sooo fast. Lots on the do list at the start of the week. Lots there now.
Haven’t made up a list of resolutions yet. But, I hope to do that. The last few years, I’ve done pretty well in that department.
How long into 2007 before I stop writing 2006 on checks and stuff?
Why was I sitting at the computer the other night waiting to see who was first to have pictures of Saddam?
New Year’s Eve….and no snow yet. Weird.
2006 was a very good year. No complaints anywhere.
2007 — sure to be an amazing one as well.
Especially June 20.
Because that’s the due date of our second child. Gulp.
What else? I got nothin’.