I’m overwhelmed. I like to blog about the “goings-on” of life, but wow. There’s been a lot going on. So, instead I’m going to give you lists of the good stuff with very little commentary – if you have questions, ask! First, I got married in NYC. I have hundreds of photos but instead I’ll… Continue reading Where have I been? What have I been up to?
September 1 October 1 In 60 days I will be married. Amazing, eh? It has been a whirlwind, my mind is always a little preoccupied, and (slowly but surely) decisions are being made. Trying to keep it simple and yet throw a fun party, trying to plan a distance wedding and honeymoon week with a… Continue reading August 1
One more trip to NYC is in the books, and the city never disappoints. Nor does the company. Troy and Luis make it so easy to be there. I was barely recovered from the sleep deprivation before I started thinking about when I’d like to go back again! And this time I had the pleasure… Continue reading New York City, January 2014
It’s hard to believe that today is the last day of January 2014. I haven’t written my 2013 re-cap yet, I haven’t thought much about goals or theme for 2014, I haven’t even organized photos for my photo book for 2012 yet! But all the “haven’t”s are only because I have been doing so much.… Continue reading Where did January go?
In 2012 – Life changed pretty drastically for me, with my (wonderful) new job! Aside from having a lot to learn about social work in the hospital setting (specifically Emergency Department), the unpredictable and crazy hours have caused the need for creativity and flexibility in getting in the fun stuff! But, never fear. I still… Continue reading In 2012…
I love lists, as I believe I’ve said before. The above is a list that I made in January of this year of things that I want to accomplish in 2012. Not big lofty goals, not life-changing goals, really, but a list of things that I want to work on being able to do. Garrison… Continue reading Lists
“Anybody Out There? (Walsh Family #4)” by Marian Keyes Eh. I listened to this book and think it would have been better as a quick read. The format is told with a lot of email messages, so consequently, there is a lot of: “to: email@example.com from:firstname.lastname@example.org re: another topic”. Would have been faster to skim… Continue reading Books: Is Anybody Out There?