2015 was a year with a lot of downs, and I’ll be glad to see its end. Really. There were of course positives, but overall zero sense of balance.

2014 was equally odd in that regard; my wife nearly died in the July and, restricting myself to social networking, I’d:

2015, a year in review:

This year I continued my idiosyncratic approach:

This last one puzzles me. Until late this year I’d almost never used it, succumbing as I did to peer pressure during my final couple of years at school by intentionally not caring about ‘English’ lessons. So why now?

A desire for self-improvement perhaps?

2015 also brought:

So, this blog post ends as the year ends, on a low note:

2015 does not get Baz’s Seal of Approval; really, it’s had very, very few highlights.

The only standout was a weekend trip to London with my family, my first. (Family and trip to England’s capital.)

[Edit:] Ruby puppy arrived in April. Now that changes my perspective a tiny bit towards favouring ‘balance.’

*I can’t honestly recall when I started using footnotes, it could have been 2014.

I reserve the right to edit this post as events unfold on this, the last day of the year. Naturally I reserve the right to edit all the posts but rarely do, aside from typos.