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Happy New Year!

Well, it’s a new year! 2014, wow. Did you know I graduated high school in 2004? I’m in the midst of planning our high school reunion right now, actually, with a few other people. I just can’t believe how quickly time goes by, and every year it’s faster (want to know why? click here, it’s very interesting). Well anyway, this year Jason and I celebrated with our best friends Felicia and Jason, and we went to downtown Nashville! It was a lot of fun, and as we accidentally ended up DIRECTLY under the fireworks (I swear, they were actually falling on us as we ran away), we literally ended the year with a bang.


As exciting as all that was, I’m here to talk about this new year we’re in now. Do you make resolutions? Sometimes I do, sometimes I don’t, I don’t have any specific feelings about this, but they can be fun. Well this year I did. I made quite a few. It’s going to be a full year, what with my five year anniversary trip with Jason to Cancun (WOOT!) and my reunion, plus stuff like trying to make a baby and these resolutions:

1) Learn how to draw. Jason and I bought a “Learn to Draw” kit from Barnes and Noble, and we are working at it! I’ve done pretty good so far I think!


2) Write a book, or at least get pretty far along in it. So far I’ve started with a basic outline, and I’m just working it out. I’ve started many books over the years, but the only things I’ve had published are poems. I need to finish one!

3) Read the Bible every day. I’ve bought the Kindle version of the Wayfinding Bible and it really rocks. My problem with reading the Bible is that sometimes I picture the people in it as cartoons, instead of real historical people. This study Bible helps with that problem because it includes historical timelines throughout the Bible, so you know what is happening in the rest of the world at the same time as what is happening with Daniel or Noah or David. It’s great!

Pretty good? We shall see!

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