I finished watching the last of the Star Trek: Voyager episodes last week, which makes me 87% complete. Only 98 episodes of Star Trek: Enterprise and then the new movie and I’ll be done. The last episode of Voyager, Endgame, was decent. I still like “All Good Things…” (from TNG) better. However, I think that Endgame is a pretty good metaphor for my life.

I’ve been out here in Colorado for the last five years on a journey of my own, lost in the Delta quadrant you might say. The end is now clearly in sight, and I’m wondering if maybe it’s the journey that matters:

“I think it’s safe to say no one on this crew has been more… obsessed with getting home than I have. But when I think about everything we’ve been through together, maybe it’s not the destination that matters. Maybe it’s the journey, and if that journey takes a little longer, so we can do something we all believe in. I can’t think of any place I’d rather be, or any people I’d rather be with.”
– Harry Kim, to the Voyager senior staff