2010 has flown by. Seriously. Last month I dated a check 11/14/09. I think at this point I just need to forget about 2010 and move straight to 2011.
But first I'm going to do a
brief really long year in review.
2010 started out with Snowmageddon 1.
February was quite interesting when I, the physician's daughter, totally underestimated Jack's tummy ache while Alex was
over-reacting following his intuition. Jack had his appendix out.
February had us celebrating Valentine's Day
And freezing our tails off while trying to smile about it in Snowmageddon 2.
In March I turned 24. Again.
We entered baseball season.
And then we finally welcomed spring and Easter in April!
After a long, cold winter we really needed to spend some time with our favorite friends enjoying some fun in the sun and Sprrrring Brrrreak!
And then I went back solo for the Beth Moore conference
And the Bon Jovi concert! \m/ (Those are metal horns for all you non-
coolrock-n-roll people out there.)
As well as this infamous incident.
We celebrated Mother's Day and Grandma's 80th (and last) birthday in May as well. She passed away in October and is now home with the Lord.
In June I dove out of my comfort zone and went camping. Ok, fine, it was actually yurting. I understand you tent-camping people think there's a difference but to us 5-star-resort people there's really not.
Batman Jack turned 6!
And doing a little tubing on Lake Oconee.
We headed back to FL in July where Melody and I met some real life princesses! It was truly a magical moment for both of us. I'm a little teary just thinking about it.
In August we took one last vacation to Resort Mitchell and Charlie had his first haircut courtesy of Granddaddy.
Once we were back home, we were all ready for the first day of 1st grade
In September Alex and I were able to take a vacation to visit Ben in Colorado
and we took several family trips down to the Plains for some fun, family, football!
This little chubby cherub turned two
and my handsome Cub Scout went on his first Scout camping trip. This was probably the highlight of his year. That and getting his batman costume. I only say that based on the fact that he mentions both things at least 10 time a day.
November brought a trip to the NC Mountains to visit Granny Gertie and (a mini) Snowmageddon 2.5.
Thanksgiving brought us to FL yet again. We are definitely thankful for these friends...we've had a lot of fun with them this year and appreciate them hosting us so frequently.
Early December brought us Sasha who will ring in the new year with us and stay here until mid-January.
We were happy to celebrate Christmas Day with Uncle Ben and his girlfriend, Bekah.
And we received an unexpected gift...a white Christmas! Georgia hadn't had a white Christmas since 1918.
I guess this makes Snowmageddon 3 for 2010.
We've had many adventures in 2010 and are looking forward to what lies ahead in 2011!
Happy New Year!