Archive for December 30th, 2008

One year

So it’s been about a year of blogging now. It doesn’t seem like it’s been that long, but a lot has happened since I started. I’m pretty happy with how it’s gone. It’s been a nice way to get some thoughts out into the universe, but it’s been even nicer to hear from all of you. I mean that.

I have a few things to say before closing out this year.  One, I was at the grocery store yesterday buying some wine and was carded.  Fine.  But then the clerk asked the person with me for their ID, as well.  Why, I asked.  “We card everyone in the party,” was the answer.  Putting aside the fact that we were hardly a “party,” that we were both in our 30s and I was the one buying the booze, what kind of damn policy is this?  It’s a Wisconsin grocery store.  It was a box of wine.  If I had had a young child with me would I have not been allowed to make the purchase?  I know this woman was just trying to do her job, but the inanity of it has left me crazy for the past 20 hours.  Two, I would really like to be able to wink by this time next year.  I think it’s really so great when people wink that I want to be part of that world.  Three, I am really looking forward to dinner with Heather and Dale tonight.  I would like to see them more frequently.  They’re great friends.  Four, I’m sad that my relationship with my dad is so crappy, but I really don’t want to spend my whole life dwelling on it and hurting about it so much.  Five, I’m glad I rejoined the gym.  The color scheme alone is good for my health.  Six, I need to see about 100 movies in the next week and why is Frost/Nixon not here yet?  Madison is a pretty damn moviegoing town and I don’t like being treated like this.  Seven, I think I already miss Westgate theaters though I can’t believe they lasted as long as they did. 

Lastly, tomorrow is my second annual NYE party and I think it should be pretty fun again. For those of you coming, I look forward to seeing you. For those of you who aren’t going to make it, I’ll wish you a very happy new year now. I hope 2009 is a great year for all of us.  Bring it on.

December 2008

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