25 YEARS + 1 DAY

Can we just stop and appreciate how long 25 years (and one day) is? WOW. Hats off to these folks right here for their love, strength, and selflessness in this day and age. Divorce rates are sadly higher than ever, but this pair is not hearing any of it. I'm so blessed to call these two mine. They are awesome, and I just can't get over it. I wasn't there on February 11, 1989, but thinking about that day just makes me smile. I'm so thankful God gave me the family I have. Happy Anniversary, Mom and Dad!

LET'S GO 2014

Happy New Year! Hope you all are enjoying the holiday. I spent the evening at Ronin, my favorite sushi restaurant in Royal Oak, and Great Lakes Coffee on Woodward. We (my parents and I) drove around Campus Martius to see "the D Drop" party (my dad votes to change it to "Raise the D," stay tuned for campaign details). I hope no one froze to death out there! We headed home and played gin rummy until midnight while listening to the top 104 party songs and watched the ball drop on TV with sparkling cider. Some might think that a crazy party with all your friends is way better than my quiet evening, but I really enjoy these simple times with my family (minus Haley- wish you could've joined us, sis). 

In other news, here are my resolutions for 2014!

1. Write down more of my ideas/observations/thoughts/opinions. I'm rather forgetful and these tend to come in handy later on.

2. Come closer to finding a job/career that suits me. I have interests in so many areas but I'm having a hard time settling on one thing.

3. Find a hobby so I don't sound extremely boring when I talk to people.

4. Study the Korean language more seriously (Seoul 2018, anyone?).

That's it! I hope your 2014 resolutions are challenging and productive. :)

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