I have had a good year filled with knitting. I completed one more project than I did in 2009, and created just one new single sock - and found mates for two I had made in years past. I finished my first wearable sweater - which I don't like and will not wear. I made several hats - which I might even use. I covered two pairs of feet, other than my own, warmed another pair of hands and wrapped one other neck with a cozy scarf. I am glad I shared my knitting but I am also glad to have finished 4 pairs of socks for myself.
According to my ravelry - wow, isn't it something to see your own history on ravelry? - I also started two sweaters, a pair of mystery socks, a monkey, a crocheted afghan and a squirrely pair of mittens - they are all in my work in progress pile. Some may be frogged but for now they loom.
I also read 60 books - it was a year seemingly filled with crappy literature for me. I half-read 10 more books. 2010 is the year I decided life is too short to read stuff I don't enjoy. I did find the Girl with the Dragon Tattoo Trilogy, and several by Dani Shapiro that I enjoyed. I always seem to be on a quest to find "that book" and in 2010, no dice.
I wasted far too much time on Facebook and not enough time bundled into my gear for walks and runs. I really need to turn that around if I hope to walk upright with the rest of the human race for a long time to come. I'm not into making resolutions officially because I find I just resent them. But I read an article somewhere about making "intentions" - things you really intend to do but won't beat yourself up if you don't quite make the cut. So making some personal intentions for 2011 seems a good place to start. Good luck in the New Year with your own endeavors. Happy 2011!