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2014: Bye, Felicia.

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I’m not sure that I’ve ever been so ready for a year to end.  Usually, I write a pretty sappy end-of-year post and review everything that happened.  This year’s post isn’t going to be like that.

Last year, when I wrote the EOY post for 2013, I was incredibly sad to see it ending, and remarked that 2014 wouldn’t be able to hold a candle to it.  And I was right.

I was so busy with writing stuff this year that I hardly got to read anything.  I think I read three books.  And I feel like my Book-A-Week Challenge is going to prove more challenging than I originally thought.  The negative vibes from this year are already becoming pessimism toward the next one.

This year sucked.  Between Bonnie getting severely ill, me losing my dream job, and a whole slew of personal and family issues going on behind the scenes, I’m not gonna miss this year.

I don’t want to leave an entirely negative review of 2014, however, so here are some good things from it: Justin and I went to see Book of Mormon, and it was great.  I sewed a little bit and learned how to successfully hem my own jeans.  I published my first book and learned a whole lot along the way.  I turned 28 and had a blast with my friends.  I went to D*Con with my crew for the fourth time.  I’m glad I can at least name more specific positive things than negative.

I’m ready for something new.  Some new hope.  It’s the Obi-Wan year, y’all.  Here’s hoping it’s something special.

Below is the official WP report for my blog.  Enjoy if you want.

Deuces, 2014.  Bye, Felicia.

The stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 260 times in 2014. If it were a cable car, it would take about 4 trips to carry that many people.

Click here to see the complete report.


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