It’s become tradition for me to write a goodbye letter to the year that’s almost over… sort of a silly way of summing up both the good and the bad of the preceding 365 days, while cleansing the palate in anticipation of the coming new year.
I’m not going to do that this year, for two reasons:
- 2020 lasted 92,067 days. I barely remember September, let alone the entire year.
- Every commercial on TV is already recapping 2020 for us ad nauseum, because the only thing better than experiencing 2020 is being reminded how bad much of it was.
So this year, I’m going to do something a bit different. In honor of 2020–this obnoxious, bewildering, dumpsterfire of a year–I’m going to instead leave a review. A Yelp review, naturally.
Happy New Year, everyone!
In mid-January, I’ll be back with my Goals for 2021!
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