Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Dear 2010,

Dear 2010,
How can I sum you up?  You were memorable.  I think that's about the only word that's the most fitting.  Let's break it down.

February:  The baby girl, my first born who I just seemed to give birth to, turned 5. 

March:  The baby girl, my last born who I just seemed to give birth to, turned 1.  Mom celebrated 4 years of great health post-cancer diagnosis.

June:  David and Teni got married, a beautiful celebration.  I said the most painful goodbye of my life to someone I love and was able to do it in person and with hugs and tears and words.  I'm so grateful to have been able to do that.

July:  Aunt Debbie died and changed the way I feel about some things.  Life is so short.

August:  Drew began kindgarten.

September:  My sweet, talkative, love of a boy turned 4.  I was finally given a diagnosis and started meds which thankfully have kept things under control.

October:  I turned 35 and with that came such a confidence and calm that I am in complete control and in charge of this life I've created for my family.

December:  Ends the first complete year since 2003 that I haven't been pregnant or nursing.  No wonder I'm finally calm!  Took Drew to the Nutcracker for the second year in a row.  Drew nearly got tossed for the first time at age 5.  My entire family will together at my house for Christmas.

How was 2010 for you? 

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  1. What a great idea for a post! I'm going to have to put some thought into this one. I'm Nancy Negative when reviewing.

  2. The most important event: watching my niece, Emma, grow and seeing her personality blossom. At times, I see my sister in her, at other times, myself. She is the apple of my eye and dictates my schedule ( I will not book a wedding if it gets in the way of visiting her). Jay and I have been together 11 years at this point. Talking about how time flies! Sheesh! We went to Italy which was one of those long-talked about dream vacations that finally came to fruition. I've grown tremendously in the professional capacity and feel extremely confident in my performance in that aspect. I trade millions of dollars a day, yo.


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