I’m not dead, I promise! I just took a little Christmas blogging break, so that I could eat my own body weight in tea cakes and shortbread, and not have to think any thoughts or compose any words.
Besides. Even if I was dead, I would probably still blog. Being a zombie blogger could be, like, my quirk.
Anyway, this blog is devoted, in it’s entirety to 2012. The world didn’t end, and Mickey Mouse got a step closer to world domination; it was an important year.
I’ll try not to make it too personal, but I’ve had a great year, and I want to gloat.
I moved out of my parents house, and built my own little geek nest, with my very own geek. I also became extremely house proud. See?
Whitney Houston died, and the internet nearly exploded with all the jokes.
I got this guy! I know I said I wouldn’t be personal, but he’s the greatest. I very highly recommend checking out Cats Protection – they do some amazing work.
Joss Whedon was crowned king. In my head, at least.
May the fourth be with you.
I’m drawing a blank, and Google isn’t happening. Any huge occurrences in May?
The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee happened, a for a little while, it was okay to be British.
Christopher Nolan broke all our hearts.
THE OLYMPICS ‘APPENED.
TitanCon 2012 happened, and I decided that I would become the world’s best blogger.
We’re getting there, folks.
Princess Leia became a Disney princess, and a new Star Wars trilogy was announced. To a lukewarm reception.
Halo 4 was released, and I was practically single for three weeks. Curse you, Master Chief.
The world didn’t end. Thanks to some dwarves and a hobbit, I assume.
So, those are a few of the highlights of 2012 – in my opinion, anyway. Other stuff happened; good things and bad things.
Hope y’all had a Merry Christmas, and a merry 2012, fingers crossed that 2013 will be amazing and enlightened and wonderful.
On the other hand, the Mayans could’ve just been off by a few months.