Monday, December 29, 2014

2014 In Review


Ronnie and I were talking this weekend about how 2014 was a BIG year for us. It didn't always feel big, especially during the mundane, every day moments but when we started recapping the things we did, I knew that this year was a special one where we accomplished much, and we overcame even more.

In 2014 ...

I hosted an Online Bible Study with a group of bloggers who desired to draw closer to the Lord


I attended the Build Your Blog Conference 2014 with Karissa and had the absolute best girls weekend away with her and even learned a few things about blogging


Ronnie and I celebrated our first married Valentines Day quietly at home with a heart-shaped pizza, a slice of cheesecake, and a glass of wine.

We celebrated Ronnie's birthday on a weekend trip to Seattle and had the best time exploring the city, drinking delicious coffee and spending time together.



I crushed a big career goal of mine-I studied for and passed my PHR exam!

I won tickets to sit in the front row and meet Lady Antebellum, one of my favorite bands!



I ran a St. Patrick's Day 5k with my bestie, Karissa.





I visited one of my very best friends and her new baby boy in Arizona.

We visited Chicago, and were able to spend time with family, our best friends who left us moved away in 2013, AND I met Lisa, my blogging friend turned real life friend!



Ronnie started school and we successfully have paid for two semesters (and counting) of school without student loans.

I also won tickets to see a private concert with Eli Young Band (my favorite band of all time) and got to meet them backstage as well!

Ronnie started a new job and just a few weeks later, I started a new job as well.

We celebrated our first anniversary with a dream vacation to Kauai.



Oh, and we MADE A BABY!!!!


I am still dreaming and trying to envision what 2015 is going to hold for us, aside from the HUGE (little) addition of our new baby. The past few weeks I have wrestled a bit with what place blogging has in my life going forward, but one thing I am sure of is I love having this place to document and collect memories of our growing family. 



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