Happy New Year. Don’t worry, this isn’t a post where I put all the new resolutions that I’m never going to keep. I just wanted to make one last post to finish off the year celebrating the new adventures, pitfalls, and everything in between. Overall, it’s been a good year. I mean, we’re still alive right? 2014 will hold different challenges for all of us but always keep in mind that you survived 2013. Another year that you get to brave life and make new discoveries. So here’s to making 2014 another memorably awesome year. -clink-
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2013 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 310 times in 2013. If it were a cable car, it would take about 5 trips to carry that many people.
Getting it out right now. I have not read any of the books. I just finished watching the movie moments ago and wow. It was really good! Sure, it was a huge cross between the Buffy and Angel shows along with some Twilight references but it was a really good movie! I may or may not go out and get the books to read them right now and yes yes, shame on me for not reading them before the movie but they didn’t seem like the kind of books I would read. It’s definitely the kind of movie that I enjoy watching though. If you haven’t already seen it, please do! You’ll thoroughly enjoy it if you love sci-fi.
Thank you so much to the person that first introduced this writing program to me. I watched a 10-minute video about it before trying the 30-day trial version and I fell in love with this program. Writing is so much easier for me now because all of my notes can now be in one place plus I don’t need a real-life cork-board(doesn’t mean I won’t still use one). It’s so much easier to edit and keep track of what has already been done. I have never been so organized when it comes to writing in my entire life, and that is seriously saying something. Where has this program been all my life? I love it!!
Hilarious! The group leader Gary King is overly charismatic and brings together his old friends for a night of bar-hopping in hopes of completing the Golden-mile of twelve pubs. There’s just one problem. Their hometown isn’t what it used to be! Hilariously drunk, they race from pub to pub with increasingly more complications. This isn’t the type of movie that I would normally watch but I am so glad that I did! A truly awesome cast. I definitely recommend this to comedy lovers!