I kind of don’t even know where to start with 2013.
This past year went entirely too fast ( in a scary, I’m-going-to-wake-up-tomorrow-sixty-years-older-aren’t-I? kind of way ). Perhaps that’s because I worked the hardest I’ve ever worked in my entire life. I pushed myself much further and much more out of my comfort zone – partly for the good, partly for the bad, partly to pay the bills and partly because I know I’m always capable of doing better creative work than I’m producing.
But there was fun too! A lot of it. There were anniversary Indian dinners, inaugurations, homemade birthday cakes, paintings, TV appearances, weddings, babies, 80s-themes pedal pubs, girl crushing on Jennifer Lawrence, bike rides around the lake, hammerschlagen, concerts, camping, trips to Door County and California, photography, raspberry picking, birthday brunches, hikes, margaritas and best of all – lots of family, friend and manfriend time.
As Zora Neale Hurston once said, “There are years that ask questions and years that answer.” This year asked questions. Lots of them. Good ones too. Most had no tangible or concrete answers. Many were hypothetical. And a specific few I’m very curious to discover the answer to in 2014.
Until then, I have lots of catching up to on this blog. So sit back, grab a green juice ( it’s not just me detoxing, is it? ), and let’s make 2014 about working less, enjoying more and refusing to keep up with the Kardashians. Ya hear?!