2014 in late review

Friday, January 30, 2015

Because it's technically still January and who cares, I'm just going to real quick sum up last year because it was a good one. And I'm going to cheat and use our Christmas card.




(as always, top photo by the great Ben Allred)

2014 was busy and exciting and hard and completely uncharted territory and creative and merging and travel and family.

I keep trying to come up with overall what happened in the year but I'm coming up short because it seems like there were so many different eras within just the last year...
There was the Christmas break era, engagement era, the Light House adjustment era, the frantic wedding planning era, the end-of-semester era, the actual wedding era, the honeymoon in St. Lucia era, the last-visit-to-Colorado and second wedding reception era, the moving into our first place era, the summer at the Truman era, the road trip and Nicaragua era, the moving into the Green House era, the fall semester era, the Georgia Thanksgiving era, the bitter end of fall semester era, the should we keep Beesly era (since we got her as a "foster" dog--spoiler alert, we kept her), and of course the Christmas break era. What does a person even do with that many parts of a year? That's what sums up 2014--living in stages. Not one thing about last year was static or same.
So pretty much the theme was complete upheaval?

And now we're married for forever, totally in love, living in the Green House with our sweet Beesly girl, and school is going surprisingly well for us (so far), my best friends are all back in Utah, the days are getting longer, we're finishing school, and basically 2015 is just killing it so far.
(Don't worry, some days really stink. Let's not get ahead of ourselves here.)

There is so much more I want to do to tie up 2014 all nice and tidy, and I have more pictures and memories to share from the tail end of last year, but hold onto those horses because our little blog is getting a new home! Just a little spruce, but it'll be fun.

More soon!

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