So...only a couple of weeks late on doing this, but it still feels worth doing. What happened in 2010? Why, a whole hell of a lot, and a lot of it awesome. I had a truly spectacular year. Some highlights:
The Battle in Seattle, in which I placed 3rd among the 20-some women competing:
My first round song, Alone:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o94YEGDOafU
And my second round song, You Belong to Me:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pFkyjQ9OSwI
The 5th Drunken Green Screen:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n2HXJYZpD1s
The 2nd Drunken Green Screen:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NvtrEHwA_cY
Our Don't Stop Believing music video:http://www.facebook.com/video/video.php?v=361479932414
There was much more awesomeness about last year than was captured on video, of course. There was San Diego Comic Con, where I met Brian, who continues to be a very special person in my life. One of the smartest moves I ever made was making a move on him. He believes in me and inspires me, and no matter what the future holds, my world is so enriched for having him in it.
There was the Ellis Paul concert where I got to sing with him, an entire verse of All Things Being the Same when he forgot the lyrics. He dug my voice, the crowd cheered, and it was all-around awesome.
My Veil costume was groovy enough to get me published in the letters page of Avengers Academy! My letter was apparently also sufficiently awesome, so it was a geeky day of wonder for me when that issue came out.
And of course, of course, there was Miles. Again/still/always. I know not everyone agrees/understands my feelings on this, but you don't have to stop loving someone. You can choose to, but you don't have to. Miles is one of the most important people in my life, and that doesn't have to change just because we're apart from each other or wind up with other people. I can love him just the same regardless of the circumstances of our lives. So I do. And that's ok.
And on that emotional note, I'll leave it here for now. 2010 to be continued.