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December 31, 2011 / windlessly

Happy New Years Eve!

Wow. It’s that time of year again- a day for everyone to go crazy and think of more and more elaborate ways to celebrate the coming of a new year. It’s been a pretty good year, and like everyone else, I’m thinking ahead to this next year and all the things I want to do. My opinion on New Years resolutions? They can be good and bad. On the one hand they can really inspire people to start over with a “clean slate,” to have a fresh start, to get rid of old habits and start new ones. On the other hand, it implies that New Years is the only time you can do that. I think every day should be cherished like New Years- every morning you wake up is another chance to start over, to live your life. But regardless, I’m still happy it’s being celebrated all over the world.

The other side of the world is 12 hours ahead of us… they’re already 4 hours into 2012. The picture above is one of Taipei 101. Needless to say, they celebrated by blowing a lot of stuff up. And Sydney, Australia? They’re pros at this kind of stuff. People look forward every year to the new spectacles that Sydney Opera House will bring.

I guess this time of the year always brings need for a little reminiscing as well. A whole year’s of memories can come crashing down on you if you just delve back into the past a little. It’s a bit weird for teens, seeing as how we chronicle our lives in school years and the start of each new grade, but I can still remember last year’s January 1st and New Year’s Eve, the feeling of going back to school, the amount of snow still on the ground, waiting for February break to come… Anyways, I’m looking forward to tonight because I’ll be spending time with friends and then later, after all the celebrating is over, spending some time in thought, reflection, and anticipation of the new year.

Enjoy New Years! Here’s some premature celebration, but still pretty cool to watch. Handy if there aren’t any midnight firework shows being planned around your area.

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