What better way is there to see in the new year than to watch cheesy end of the world disaster movies? This year’s choices were the must see Ice Age 2012, which is truly a breathtakingly mental premise and the acting is worthy of many awards. and The Day After Tomorrow.
I love films like these two and sitting down yesterday with a free poured rum and non sugared popular soft drink, which was conveniently washing down some extra buttery pop corn, I did that life-in-films-flashing-before-my-eyes-thingy.
It’s the people….yes, that was my somewhat hidden in plain sight thought of the evening. Then whilst the world was reaching ‘a critical desalinization point’ I came to the conclusion that this year I will treat every event as a new, exciting and memorable event and keep my face beaming with lots of positive thinking as a bit of a bonus.
For the first time ever, I have decided to do some real New Years ‘resolutions’. Feel free to tell me if I don’t stick to them…
I shall start with you bloggers as you are here reading. I probably spend more time with you guys than most of the people I inhabit the same place with…liking posts is usually something I only do if I have no idea what to say but want to show my support. you guys have shown me things and ways of thought that I hadn’t and probably wouldn’t have come up with otherwise. I would like to thank you my good friends and will attempt to be around more. Which will probably start when I return from the US in a week or two. Here’s my stats round-up as well, if you are interested in that sort of thing…
To the people I know offline…perhaps i need to give them more love as well, in all honesty my circle of friends…the ones I see on a regular basis has shrunk in the past year, partly due to me and partly due to circumstances and trips abroad…I need to get out there more and live money permitting.
This year I also aim to appreciate the people in my life whom I see each day for whatever reason who play a brief part in my routine. The bartenders, baristas, shop workers and random neighbours and such like. I miss some of those people at odd times and always wonder if they remember. Here’s some music that I carefully chose…feel appreciated.