Tags: 2012, 2013, 50 States 50 Vegan Dishes, apple butter, blogging, engaged, engagement, ideas, new year, new years, recap, tech-free, technology, veganmofo, virginia, wedding, yard sale
Wow. I can’t believe it has been a full year already. 2012 went by so quickly, and many things have happened.
January – March: The weather wasn’t so frightful here, and the warmer winter helped my seasonal depression and running. I went out on the trail a lot. I didn’t get stuck at the bottom of the hill near our apartment. I also tried to give up technology on Sundays. That eventually failed.
April: I tried 50 States, 50 Vegan Dishes. It was my 26th birthday.
May: Three years with Batman. We went to Virginia. What a trip.
Summer: I trained and raced a 10-miler. I loved it, most of the time. I decided to run a half marathon next. I also switched jobs in my office, moving to days and finally having weekends and nights off for the first time in five years. Also, I had my first yard sale. My dad almost had a second heart attack.
Fall: The new schedule made working on the farm that much more difficult. Earlier in the summer, I decided to take a break from blogging, but came back for Vegan MoFo. That didn’t go as successfully as I would have hoped. Plus, I burnt apple butter. We moved into a new apartment, and realized it wasn’t the best decision we ever made; it was quite possibly the worst of the year.
Winter: I tried NaNoWriMo and realized that I can’t write on a timeline. I prefer reading on a timeline. My Pop wasn’t doing so well and he went into a nursing home. I got ENGAGED!
YES, Batman is marrying Wonder Woman. Watch out, world.
2012 was quite an eventful year, with a few changes. I am hoping 2013 will be even better, with a wedding to plan (not until 2014, so hold off, people), pounds to lose, races to race, books to read, posts to write and trips to take. Also, I hope to check things off my bucket list.
Happy 2013, everyone!
Tags: anxiety, cheap, emotions, flea market, minimal, minimalist, money, sadness, sale, stingy, stuff, yard sale, yard sale queen
On Saturday I emerged out of less than 5 hours of sleep to set up my junk and try to push it onto other people in the hopes I would make a little bit of money.
Yes, I was a yard sale queen. But it was more like flea market queen and I didn’t like my first-time experience.
My mother, my sister, Batman and I finally got to the location late, because of course we “slept in.” By the time we got there, there were people ALREADY rummaging through stuff — piles and piles of stuff.
I learned a few things today, after I encountered many people: THEY ARE CHEAP! THEY ARE STINGY!