I really love these posts. They force me to look back on months from the current year and I remember SO MANY good things! Like my boy was still a baby. Or at least more toddler-like. And that I ran several races during the spring (as opposed to this fall when I didn’t run one I had signed up for. A major one.) It’s been a good year.
(Also, I’m linking up with the Review Extravaganza. Good stuff, blog friends!)
I posted my son’s 31 month post. He has grown so much this year! (Also, I need to bring those posts back – mostly for myself.)
Bari and her family visited! Bari and I ran the Greenway Challenge 10k. They only misdirected us a little.
I also ran the Fiddlin’ 5k – a race that starts and ends on the campus I work.
May brought along my first graduation as alumni director. It was stressful, fun, exciting, exhausting….and everything I thought it would be. Also, I had a rain plan (thankfully.) I’ve learned this year I always have to have a decent rain plan, because I’m probably going to use it.
I posted a rare 4-generation photo of my grandma, mom, myself and son in honor of Mother’s Day.
Carol and I ran the Biltmore 15k.
I took the boy to Biltmore for part of a day. Good times were had by all.
And my 10 Things to Smile About post. I had some good ones in May.
Oh, this posted in June, but I attended Blogging Concentrated. I’m still implementing things I learned that day!
I ran my only half marathon of the year. Downhill at Dawn. I loved it so much.
We took our first camping trip! It was an overnight trip not far from Asheville, for Father’s Day weekend.
We also visited the NC Zoo!
I also completed one of my projects of the year – a patriotic wreath!
One of my first VoxBoxes arrived. I love these boxes.
At one point, my husband and I were both in Atlanta for work trips. We met up Friday night for a date night.
This gives me so much excitement about 2015. And I’m only halfway through reviewing 2014! Also, I remembered I did a bucket list for the summer, but I didn’t do one for the winter….I’m wondering if I should (and just don’t make it holiday-centric.)
Do you create goals/bucket lists for your years?