Goodbye 2011 – 31 December 2011

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BANG_Fireworks seen in November.

Tonight, Big Ben will strike midnight, and a new morn will dawn on 2012. It’s a year that London especially has been counting down to excitedly, due to the upcoming summer Olympics. To millions, the change of year is an opportunity to turn a new leaf and start afresh, yet by February most people will have broken their New Year’s resolution.

This time last year, Osama bin Laden was hiding in Pakistan, the News Of The World was a weekly paper,  and a group of military wives and girlfriends had not yet been united by music.

WHAT A YEAR_Click here to watch my video review of 2011.

Yet only the most churlish can suppress a sense of optimism on this, New Year’s Eve. Whilst it’s impossible to predict the news stories of the future, it’s worth looking back on the events of the past year, before merrily singing Auld Lange Syne and indulging, once again, in excessive amounts of food and alcohol before the January diets begin.

May I take this opportunity to offer my sincerest thanks to all readers in 2011, and may I wish you and your family a very happy and enjoyable new year.

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Andrew Burdett
31 December 2011


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Watch my video review of the year below.

Andrew Burdett

Andrew Burdett is a 20-year-old from Maidenhead in Berkshire. A self-professed "lover of life", he enjoys a busy calendar of activities and engagements. With regular involvement in the Scout Association and his church, he was made Head Boy in his final year at school. After a gap-year spent as a Teaching Assistant at a local junior school, he is now half-way through his Journalism Studies degree at the University of Sheffield. In his spare time, he swims, reads, and enjoys writing about himself in the third-person.

2 Responses

  1. Rory says:

    Great video and blog Andrew. Look forward to your adventures in 2012.

    All the best,
    Rory

    • Thanks Rory.

      It’s been great having you as a reader since November, and your words mean a lot. I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again, without appreciating readers like you, I probably wouldn’t bother. Happy new year.

      Andrew