(Very unimaginative of me -- that's the same title I used on 12/31/07)
I was just watching a news video of fireworks and celebration in New Zealand, Australia, Asia, where it's already 2011. We in the U.S. Central Time Zone still have a few more hours to savor 2010.
2010 was kind of weird, but aren't they all? For me personally, it was kind of a transition year -- difficult at times but better than the "unsettled" year of 2009. 2010 was the first full year of my new business partnership and the year of our remodel of the condo that we finally moved into in late April. The saddest part of the year was the death of my brother-in-law John, who I will miss tremendously, and the serious health issues and financial crises of so many family members and friends.
But like any year, there were many happy times to balance the sad ones, and life is mostly good.
Best book I read in 2010: By far -- Life by Keith Richards.
Best movie I saw in 2010 (not that I saw all that many): The Social Network.
Best vacation: Hawaii in November.
(I may fill in some more "bests" later as they occur to me) :-)
I'm optimistic about 2011, mainly because pessimism is a drag.