It is the last day of 2012 and I have never been so emotional about a year ending. This year has been full of so many things. I also don’t deal with change well and there are going to be some major changes happening in 2013. For starters, I go back to college on the 1st. Then I start work on the 2nd and Winter Quarter on the 3rd. The Actor and I have to look for apartments because he’s going to be moving into one in Spring Quarter so we can move over the last ten weeks before we get married instead of during finals week, get married, go on our honeymoon, come back, work, and unpack all in about 3 weeks. Not fun. Anyway, I just wanted to look back on 2012.
First post of 2012: Last Day of Break
watching Dick Clark’s Rockin’ Eve 2011
Most traumatizing event of 2012: What Was I so Worried About?
Most inspired post: Perfection
My second Broadway show: Beauty and the Beast in Seattle
Another year in recovery: I’ve Really Grown
The first time I’ve ever lived without Ana whispering in my ear 24/7: Ana is on Vacation
ignore the car. I was trying to take my own senior pics
My book: By the Light of the Moon by Aja
The happiest day of my life so far: Disneyland
Blogiversary: 2nd Blogiversary
College! Wildcats in the House
Another year older: My Birthday Recap 2012
drinking tea out of my Milka mug
College setbacks: Going Backward While Moving Forward
My 3rd Broadway Show: Wicked
A charm bracelet I got for myself for my birthday with symbols and the official signature of every Disney princess
Speaking of Mrs. Lovett, I very much enjoyed Helena Carter and Sacha Baron Cohen in Les Miserables without them I think people would have killed themselves at the end of the movie. I’ve cried A LOT in my life but never like that.
NaNoWriMo: I am Cady Pryce speaking of which, I am not sure I will be able to finish. Not because it’s too hard to think about and dwell on, but because I don’t know if I can successfully write a fiction book about anorexia. Books have to have beginnings, middles, and ends, and I suppose that the ending for me will be when I die. So I might end up writing a book of essays, maybe even pulling a few posts off of here. But that’s another project for another post for another day.
Disneyland at Christmastime: The Happiest Place on Earth in Record Time
Christmas! Happy Christmas
Well, I hope you all have a wonderful New Year’s Eve and I can’t wait to get started on my NYRs. Sorry for the long and awkward post. It is weird for me to think back on all that has happened this year. November even seems far away already, probably mainly because I spent it two hours away from home. I am anxious about 2013 but also very excited. It’s going to be great and I intend to face it head on instead of freaking out about it. Thank you for staying with me and reading all my posts this year and commenting. I love the blogging community. You guys are such a huge support. Thank you so much. Happy New Year everyone.