It’s not one of my best years, but better than last year’s. I’m not necessarily saying farewell because the start of the new year is pretty much a continuation of the previous day of the year, but it’s nice to reflect the year as a whole for a change and have that thought of starting anew.
It really got to me on how much I changed over the course of the year. From being depressed to becoming apathetic, it was a major achievement in my life. I learned that the depression was mainly due to nostalgia and petty issues that aren’t even worth being concerned about. I also went through this huge cycle of friends and I think I finally found the solid ones. In addition, I experienced events or things I thought I would never experience until my later years, but I guess I grew up earlier than expected. I don’t mind because I feel a little more prepared and aware for whatever that comes at me, but I don’t want to rush my life to that extent where I wouldn’t have any fond memories of my teenage years. Although I barely accomplished any of my resolutions, I was able to set my priorities straight. I like how I have good time management even with procrastination, because it proves to me that I can be well-off in the real world without my mother reminding me every second to get my work done.
This year went by a breeze and I loved every second of it. Although every second wasn’t wonderful, I love the fact that I was able to cope with it until this very day. I’m so thankful for learning, experiencing, and overcoming so much in this year. The year’s not over yet, but thank you 2010 for being one of the better years!