I saw my favorite band in concert.
I laughed so hard I cried.
I took a chance and even though it wasn't how I thought it would be... I still took a chance.
I finally had the opportunity to meet someone that I admire so much and whose books have changed my view on poverty and my faith.
I made a decision to get healthier and happier and as a result have lost over 60 pounds. woohoo!
I graduated from seminary with my masters degree in Christian Education... something I never thought I would do and was able to share that moment with some of my best friends.
I totally went to the New Kids on the Block reunion show.
I did karaoke for the first time...and last. :)
I sat under the stars, in the beautiful New Mexico mountains and celebrated Christmas with my Fuge family, in July.
I stood by two of my closest friends and watched them marry the loves of their lives.
I reinacted the Wilson Philips "Hold On" video too many times to count.
I loved until it hurt and then loved some more.
I learned to be content in the stillness.
I had 2 kidney stones but enjoyed endless amounts of laughter (post-morphine) at the ER with old and new friends... oh the hotness that is Dr. Pierce.
I decided cranberry juice isnt so bad afterall.
I worried about one of my best friends deployed to Iraq and was constantly amazed by her strength.
I played lame games with my friends and had a great time.
I got lots of hugs and kisses from my favorite little kiddo that always warmed my heart.
I trust fell 8 times into the arms of almost complete strangers AND only cried one of those times.
I was blessed to lead a handful of students to salvation.
I cried with a friend over life's disappointments.
I stepped out and tried something new and scary.
I've missed people.
I got to hangout with OneRepbulic and that was pretty stinkin sweet.
I turned 26 and only let it depress me for a day or two.
I discovered new bands and musicians that make my days happier.
I started a blog and started writing more.
I chopped off my hair.
I put my trust in someone in a way I had never done before.
I learned how to play rockband and it changed my life. :)
I drove from Texas to Virginia in my sweet Honda accord.
I lived in beautiful Glorieta, New Mexico for two months.
I saw a bear... or two.
I moved back home after being gone for 3 years.
I met new friends who have made this transition back home much easier.
I decided that a relocation to Nashville needs to happen asap.
I made friends that have forever changed my life and were such a blessing to me this past summer.
I was given a freelance writing contract... insane.
I read more books than I thought was humanly possible in a 5 month span.
I even went to the Dr. Pepper museum. :)
I did a lot this last year and even though it's all kind of a blur, 2008 will definitely be a year that I'll never forget. Now on to 2009!