2006

.: It’s a quiet New Years Eve 2005 here. I saw Rumor Has It this evening, bringing my total for 2005 to 50 films seen, the lowest number of films I’ve seen in once year since at least 1978. Since returning from NYC in October, I have read a few books, however, including Queenan Country, Talk to the Hand, The Rock Snob’s Dictionary, The Truth (With Jokes), and New Rules: Polite Musings from a Timid Observer.

As I type this, it’s a few minutes past midnight, 01 January 2006. Another calendar year begins, which always gives pause fo some reflection on what has been, and what is to come. Do you have any interesting plans for 2006. Already I have events mapped out as far as August, with conferences in Toronto, Atlanta and Baltimore, two trips to Winnipeg, and perhaps one to the west coast. Professionally, there could be a shift in my responsibilities at work, but I can’t elaborate at this time.

Wishing you a very happy, gently, safe and rewarding 2006.

3 Responses to “2006”

  1. Loretta (mom) Says:

    Even tho we have already wished each other a Happy New Year I just want to once again wish you the very best of all that is good in life for 2006. I am presently listening to my new cd that you gave me for xmas and enjoying it immensely. It is so good.

  2. Linda Says:

    Happy New Year to you, also! Can’t wait to hear the work news!

  3. Diane Walton Says:

    Hey Randy,

    We don’t often get the time to read our friends’ blogs, but it is comforting to know we can follow what’s going on in their lives. It’s hard to believe there was once a time when we all saw each other at least once a week.
    Rick, Danica and I wish you all the best for the season, and health and happiness in 2006. If you ever feel like a Sunday drive in the country, give us a call and we’ll give you directions. And perhaps we’ll see you at the Twelfth Night party?

    Diane

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