Better late than never, right?
Before I jump into my hopes and goals for the coming year, I wanted to do a little wrap-up on the past year. I put together some of my favorite posts from the past twelve months.
2012 held so much for me, a lot of it unexpected. Because of school I had numerous opportunities to travel, make knew connections, and learn...a lot.
Between three different road trips I covered more than 8,000 miles, saw 17 states--5 of them new, and even had the chance to published in print.
Another thing about this year, I ate and made a lot of really good food. But that's a pretty constant thing in my life.
I don't know what the future holds or even exactly what I want it to be, but I know that if what's ahead is as good as what's behind, it's going to be a blast.
Here's some of the fun I got up to the past twelve months?
January: I went to Indy for a friend's 30th, helped surprise my sister for her birthday, and cooked some delicious food.
February: Spent a long weekend with family, started working out again, and gave you a little tour of my apartment.
March: I had a fun St. Paddy's Day and went on a food tour of Pike Place Market.
April: I went on a fun trip to the East Coast, including to Pennsylvania and North Carolina, among other states.
May: I talked about words, shared more travel pictures as well as pictures of more everyday life, and talked about my grandfathers--awesome, both of them.
June: I went on yet another road trip, enjoyed a stay-cation and a visit to my cousin in Boise. Then my parents got a puppy!
July: The Finnish relatives came for a visit and I finally saw Mt. Baker.
August: I took a surprise trip to Boston, only to drive back across the US.
September: A friend visited and we went to Whistler (amazing!) and I shared some random facts about me.
October: My last quarter of school started and I made some savory dutch babies, yum!
November: I made yummy sweet potato muffins, was thankful, and shared recent photos of life.
December: Christmas! Also, I made more delicious food (can you see a theme here?).