Wednesday, December 31, 2014

A look back at 2014

by Meghann on December 31, 2014

Another year has come and gone. Where does the time go? 2014 flew by and I’d be lying if I said I was sad to see it go. It was a year full of big highs and big lows. It was the year we bought a house, welcomed a beautiful new nephew into the world, and shed many tears on our journey trying to conceive. It was a building year, the kind you have to fight through to make the good ones that much better.

Here’s a look back…

January 

Rang in 2014 with our closest friends.

Celebrated one year of wedded bliss

 Made an awesome sign for the Walt Disney World marathon

My sister made a big announcement

February

Ran Best Damn Race Safety Harbor

Turned 29 and was surprised with a tour of Magic Kingdom

Ran for the booty at Gasparilla Half Marathon

 March

Surprised myself with a sub-1:50 half at Best Damn Race Orlando

Hung out with Aldi in Chicago

Placed 2nd in my age group at Strawberry Classic 5K

Got RAD in Orlando

April

Derek turned the big 3-0

June

Returned to my roots at the Rock ‘n’ Roll San Diego Half Marathon 

Took a vacay with my babe and ran the Rock ‘n’ Roll Seattle Half Marathon 

 Swam, biked, and ran at Siesta Beach Sprint Triathlon

July

Showered my sister, brother-in-law, and future nephew with love

 August 

Cried more tears than I ever thought possible

Bought a house

September

 Met Owen and fell in love

Meals and Miles turned 6 

November

Hosted our first Friendsgiving

Escaped to Switzerland for Thanksgiving (Part I, Part II, Part III)

December

Had a big family Christmas

My resolution is to be more open and honest in 2015, so be on the look out for more “real” posts about our TTC journey. A lot of my 2014 posts were sugar coated in happiness, while I was hurting so much inside – that also explains the drop in posts this past year. I already have some drafts saved that I’ll start sharing in January – stay tuned

Thank you for making me a stronger person, 2014. Cheers to a bigger and better 2015!

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