When I did my end of the year post last year, I didn’t think that 2021 would be a good year at all. As it turns out, the year didn’t go as badly as I had feared. The country could be doing worse, and personally, I am in pretty good shape.
- In January, this blog left blogger and came here to its new home.
- I had an emergency room trip in February.
- In March, I had enough of being a teacher and went back to the medical field.
- April saw my house get hit by lightning for the third time in the past four years.
- In June, I managed to spend a few days in Las Vegas.
- In July I went lobstering in South Florida and spent a few days fishing in Maine.
- I spent August working many hours of OT in the COVID wings.
- In November, I went on a cruise.
I worked a lot of hours this year. My average workweek at the hospital was right at 50 hours a week. I know that some changes are coming, because I can’t keep up this schedule, and I am also convinced that my boss couldn’t lead a platoon of Marines into a whorehouse.
In the meantime, I will continue preparing for the bad times that I think are coming. For today, I will just enjoy the last day of 2021 as I wonder what 2022 will bring.