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And then it was 2010. Twenty-ten. Whether the beginning of a new decade or the last hurrah of the twentieth century’s first decade, it is a new year. Unless time travel exists and the Doctor was right that time is really more a great big ball of wibbly-wobbly timey-wimey stuff. In which case perhaps he has lingered among us in the days to come and already passed into the realms of future and past, remembering such jaunts from the luxury of the end of the universe.

I don’t really make resolutions. Someone I was talking to or overhearing recently was saying something about just making the change in  your life when you realize something needs to be altered instead of arbitrarily saying that you’ll do it some time in the next year.

2009 wasn’t a terribly exciting year – no international travel. Just a lot of friends and small changes. Graduating, moving home, moving out.

I do hope 2010 is more exciting – and I rather plan to make it so. Hopefully there will be a move to another country. Who knows what else.

At any rate, I hope to continue living life to the best of my ability while continuing to pursue a whole-hearted passion and love for my Saviour. I’ll keep reading and keep writing and try to become a better person. Yay generalities – I imagine that the specifics will vary from month to month. We’ll see. 🙂

Regardless, the year has gotten off to a great start.

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