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Getting ready to head out the door. I'm taking Lisa to see the lights at Temple Square. It strikes me as silly to have someone visit Utah for the holidays and not make it to see the lights. Christmas is something Salt Lake City does WELL. Granted, I haven't been in too many other cities for Christmas but I am always struck by the beauty at Temple Square, especially with their thousands upon thousands of lights twinkling merrily on the trees.

2006 has been a strange year...almost like a dream. Already it feels a bit like a fog...2006 was a year I think where I worked on getting my feet under me.

In no particular order:

I went places, (NEW ZEALAND!)
met famous people (PETER JACKSON!)
broke some hearts...and had mine broken
underwent a massive spiritual crisis (that I'm still trying to resolve,)
got 2 games published...one of which has my fingerprints all over
got some major debts taken care of (and am on the cusp of getting a few others taken care of,)
moved twice
visited San Francisco an embarassing amount of times...
finally went to Moab and Arches (gorgeous, by the by,)
got some awesome additions to my coin collection
put some weight on (BOO!)
started karate again (HOORAY!)
did another 24 Hour Comic

I'm sure there's lots of other things to write about...and I probably will...but for now, so long 2006. Bring on 2007!


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Jan. 2nd, 2007 05:56 pm (UTC)
"I do not know what lies ahead of you young men, but my advice would be to fasten your seat belts and hold on firmly to your principles!" Neal A. Maxwell April 2004 General Conference Priesthood session---and in the same talk this sage advice "...be grateful for people in your lives who love you enough to correct you, to remind you of your standards and possibilities, even when you don't want to be reminded." I believe this applies to all of us. Hang on and trust in the Lord.
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