Seth reflects on another turn of the calendar page.
Here we are, at another turn of the calendar page. Time to toss out the cute cats calendar, and make room for the adorable puppies!
I know I always write about how hard it is to believe that yet another year has passed. But it has, in what feels like a blink. Technically, this will be my 14th occasion writing about the New Year in this diary, on this site. For Heaven’s sake, I need to take a minute to let that sink in.
The first New Year’s diary entry was back in 1999, when a New Year meant that the world was going to end because our computers were going to eat us. And to think, just a few days ago we thought the very same thing, except that a big hole would open up and the world would swallow us whole. Glad both of them turned out to be wrong.
And with every New Year comes a resolution, a renewed sense of optimism and a moment in time to reflect on the past and to project into the future.I’m feeling great about the path that we’re on, and I hope we keep an upward trajectory. In our world, that means better medical science. Improved access to care. And most importantly, fewer cranky days because of creaky joints!
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