Posts Tagged ‘year in review

2010, A Year To Remember

December 31, 2010

It’s the last day of the year, and I’m ready for a fresh start. But first, I went back and read all my posts from this year, and the following are some high points (and low ones) that stuck out to me. 2010 was quite a year. January: Started out on an excellent note, on vacation. My husband turned 30, and we actually got a lot done working on our house. February: So much happened this month! I turned 28 and celebrated a wonderful birthday week. We got a new dog, Oliver, a new car (my beloved Prius), and my blog got a new design courtesy of my brother. I went to see a reproductive endocrinologist for the first time,…
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One Word: Suffering

December 1, 2010

Starting today, for the month of December, I’ll be participating in Reverb10, which is, according to their website, an annual event and online initiative to reflect on your year and manifest what’s next. One reason I’m doing this is because I’ve neglected to write lately, partially due to the fact that I’ve been studying for a huge test for the past month, and I think this’ll be a perfect kick start. But let’s be honest, it’s also because 2010 has been a hell of a year. I need to process it somehow. Encapsulate the year 2010 in one word. Explain why you’re choosing that word. Suffering. I wish it weren’t the case, but this has been a year characterized by…
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