Today is the end of 2009. Tomorrow we all have to start dating our documents 2010, which is a switch I always find difficult, especially when both digits change. We are now also at the end of an interesting and memorable decade in American history. However, before we say goodbye for the year, make sure we don't rush to the end and squish our words together. This is not a common error, and seems to occur most of the time in summary notes.
Happy New Year!
Chicago Public Library
Image of the ball and fireworks in Times Square at the end of last year from Wikimedia Commons.
Thursday, December 31, 2009
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