Lots of awful things have happened and lots of not-so-awful things have as well. I’m going to do the ostrich thing and ignore some of the awfuler things, but my friend Megan lost her fight with cancer and I’m hoping she’s kicking ass and taking names in the afterlife. I’m not a believer, but she was, and if anyone could have willed herself into another existence just to tell everyone how things should really work, it would be Megan.
Honestly I don’t think I’ve had that much to say lately. In the nerd realm, I’m applying to become an official NetBSD developer. I bought a new antenna for my ham radio even though the last time I talked on the thing was back in August. And I bought a new iPhone 5 because that’s one of my addictions. I’ve had many disappointing cheeseburgers and my addiction to the gym appears to be waning a bit because, well, I’ve not been giving a crap lately. It’s hard to run around and get all out of breath if you don’t give a crap.
I suppose that’s why I’ve updated some of my blog software but I haven’t written anything, the giving a crap thing. When the only email you get is from Amazon, The Gap, and Sears there’s really no reason not to hole up for the winter and declare hermit status.
Ah well, the most exciting thing I have going on for New Years Eve is staying at my sister’s house to make sure her geriatric dog doesn’t freak out. I’m not sure how my being there is going to help the dog’s mental status, but I really have nothing else planned. And that, I suppose, is the end of my year.