I just read through my 2011 archive. Literally – I read the whole thing because there are only a handful of posts. I realize that I have been a terrible blogger this past year. If you can even call me a blogger anymore. Yikes. I’m not making any promises for 2012 but hopefully I’ll be able to carve out some more time to write in this space. This is truly an online journal of our lives and I value it; however this year seemed to be archived more via Twitpics & instagrams than words.
Cheered on Mark as he ran his 1st marathon just days after turning 39.
Contributed to my daughter’s horse obsession by throwing her a pony party at a stable for her 5th birthday.
Weaned my son at 16 months.
Moved Madman to a new daycare. Both kids are finally at the same place, at least for a little while.
Painted the dining room. You might think this would be an easy task, but then you don’t know old houses.
Had our first kidless night in over 2 years.
Got my first ticket in years.
Celebrated the last 1st birthday this family will see.
Watched Matilda perform on stage for the 1st time.
Mark started a new job even closer to home (and my office). We get to have lunch together once in awhile.
Lived without a dishwasher (again) since the one we got 2 years ago broke big-time AND was recalled. Hopefully this won’t last much longer.
Made Halloween costumes for both kids.
Had some amazing conversations with my girl. That girl is smart, funny and opinionated.
Took 2 awesome trips to Hilton Head.
Discoverd that Mark isn’t the only runner in the family.
Went primal for a few months (I really, really need to hop back on this train).
Screwed up RITA (Regional Income Tax Authority) again. I’m not stupid, why does this always go wrong? (“I hate RITA” remians one of the top searches to this blog!)
Went to New York (work trip) for the 1st time since 7th grade.
Got rid of all the baby stuff.
Celebrated the 11 years of marriage.
Relished everything about having a 1 ½ year old. I love this age so much.
Started and quit running. Turns out my hate for running is stronger than the elusive runners high.
After 4 years of living in Cleveland, finally feel like this is home.
2011 was a pretty boring year as nothing major happened to any of us. I’m think I’m officially at an age that I think boring is good.
Happy 2012 everyone!