The year could have gone better.
My shot at being the district’s Teacher of the Year ended when some district folks scheduled a classroom observation during district-mandated testing time.
The Bears blew not one, but two chances to end the Packers’ season in January.
DFJ3’s dad and my friend Allison died on the same day, both far too young.
I played my last soccer game for some time, until the injury heals.
I sold my iPhone only to realize a few weeks later that I hated my new phone.
A coworker resigned on the day of her AP exam and another coworker-slash-long-time-mentor retired.
Someone from long ago found my blog posts about her. I’ve hidden in undisclosed, rotating locations ever since.
Woodchuck changed the color of their Amber bottles from green to brown.
The US men’s team choked in the Gold Cup final against Mexico, and the US women’s team choked in the World Cup final against Japan.
We had to raise a lot of money to make the JV soccer season happen.
I watched a former coworker and friend, Lego, go insane and turn vicious and malicious as he did so.
I had a less-than-pleasant visit to the dentist to get some fillings– the novocaine didn’t work, and the dentist decided to keep going.
My mom’s dog died, and my dad’s dog died.
The Bears’ season collapsed after Cutler broke his thumb.
They gave the next Bond movie a stupid name.
I kept only a handful of my resolutions.
And worst of all, I broke two molars, and have to pay for a bone graft and implant, and worstest of all, the dentist specifically said the Tooth Fairy doesn’t pay for adult teeth.
Good riddance to this horrible, horrible year.
I’m looking forward to 2012. Poland and the Ukraine will jointly host the European championship in June. A new-albeit-poorly-named Bond movie and a new Batman movie are on the way. There’ll be a big primary battle in the spring, fledgling and floundering third-party campaigns in the summer, and a general election campaign in the fall. We’ll get to mock the morons who think the world will end in December. There’ll be new resolutions to keep and new adventures on which to sally forth.
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