2006: A year in review.

Ah, 2006. 'Twas much better than 2002, which has nothing to do with anything, really, but I just thought I'd point that out. Many a'thing happened this year, and I think I'll take this time to recap. A little trip down memory lane, if you will. Well, I started the year off sick, much like I am now. Hey, I've got to go out with a bang, right? Or a nose blow. You know, whatever.

My town brought the Titanic artifact exhibit to its museum, and it opened up on my birthday, setting me up for the best birthday EVER. Even though I was sick, and my right eye was mysteriously gooey and bloodshot in every photo from the night. I also ended up with a penis sucker in my cleavage, and a dollar bill in my bra, but that's just details.

And then I was 24. ALL year, people.

I'll be honest, the rest of the year? Well, it's a whole lot of blur.

I spent a couple quality girl weekends with Beth before she moved to Georgia, said farewell to AJ, before she moved to Michigan. And had a quick stint as a bartender. Shudder.

I became the bridesmaid of a new friend, and later stood up in that wedding.

About that marathon I paid $90 for... I never ran it.

Bringing me to the heinous shin splints that become the bane of my existence over the summer.

The summer brought weddings and camping and very hot weather, which led The Parents to purchase me an air conditioner. I'm pretty positive it saved my life.

I experienced my first beer bong in 2006, a recreational activity I would no longer recommend to the general public. Or to myself. What with the Halloween incident, and all.

I reconnected with old friends, made new ones and had my first blind date with a person I met on the internet. It was a girl, people. And a lunch date. Today we know her as the fabulous KLH-P.

This year I also grew an unhealthy obsession with the following: Boxers, pizza, reading and My Chemical Romance.

And remember that one time My Chemical Romance came within an hour-and-a-half of me, and I couldn't afford to go?

So with that said, hope you all had much more exciting years than I, and may your New Year's celebrations be everything you ever wanted.

And may I please recommend that you always use the toilet. Never pee in public.