Goodbye 2006

2006 was really pretty annoying. It wasn’t at all what I’d hoped, but one good thing happened: I got a short film accomplished and I wrote the first draft of a novel. Not bad, eh? But when you compare it to all the other crap that went down, it’s like saying, “Oh, well it’s too bad that tornado struck that orphanage and killed all of those kids, but at least it didn’t hit the post office next door!”

Meh, I don’t even care to finish this. I’ll just hope for better this year.

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