Lots of 2001 Tributes and Memories
It’s been quite a year, and in many different ways for each of us. All around the Web are lots of lists with the best of something, such as:
Best of 2001
Editors' Picks: The Best of 2001
World Class Awards: Best of 2001
- Web Tools:
Some of the Best of 2001: People, Ideas, Sites
Perspectives: The Year’s Most Memorable Quotes
- A & MI:
Best of the Web: Museums and the Web 2001
- Working Mother:
The 2001 List of "100 Best Companies for Working Mothers"
MotorWeek’s 2001 Drivers' Choice Awards
Then there are the best and worst lists:
The big screen’s best and worst of 2001
Best and Worst Movies Released in 2001
- Business Week:
Tech’s Best and Worst of 2001
eWEEK Labs Picks Best & Worst of 2001
Best and Worst 2001
Best and Worst 2001
For photos covering 2001:
Year in Pictures 2001 captures some of the major news stories of the year with well done photos. Their tribute to George Harrison is good, too.
2001: The Year in Pictures
The pivotal 9/11 date has been etched in our lives forever. That day is not something that we "get over" but instead will continue to carry with us forever in some way. So many have awakened to what really matters in this life, and so many good things have come out of it, while at the same time so many lives were lost and their loved ones and friends will sorely miss them. We’ll all miss them, and we’ll miss our lives before that day.
I continue to hope and pray that what happened also helps us remember to appreciate each other every single day, to treat each other with kindness, to remember tolerance for those who are different from us, and to encourage peaceful existence among nations and among each other throughout the world.
On a personal note:
I’m thankful for this year because, despite the incredible challenges we’ve faced, I’ve also been so blessed with the two most amazing children I could ever hope to have, family that I’d want to be friends with even if they weren’t family, friends that I’m so thankful to have in my life, and terrific clients with my business that continues to thrive.
Now to lose that 5 lbs. and exercise more this coming year, that is, after the tasty holiday cookies and candies have disappeared and the world’s worst cold has left me alone so I can sleep, breathe, and no longer look like Rudolph the Rednosed Reindeer.