Usually at the start of the new year I'm pretty quick to add up my mileage from the previous 12 months. Sometimes I'll even do it a few days in advance, in case I need to squeeze in a few extra miles to hit some nice round number for the year. The holidays this year were a bit harried, however, and I didn't even get a chance to add up 2012 until last week.
So, there it is. 3103 miles. Considering the beginning of my year, I can't complain too much. I had a sacral stress fracture in the middle of December 2011 and didn't run a step in 2012 until February; I didn't crack 250 miles for the year until the first week of April. The 1023 miles in the first six months of the year was my second-lowest six-month total dating back to 1997. So, to have a solid 2080 miles from July 1st on--my best six-month stretch since early 2010--was a nice finish to the year. The total is my lowest since 2008, but all in all, given the extended recovery time early on, I'm more or less satisfied.
And yes, I know tracking yearly mileage is passe, arbitrary, meaningless, and probably counterproductive. I don't care.