Wednesday, December 31, 2014
The Personal Post: 2014 Year in Review, Part Two
I've done it again. I blogged every day of the year for the 6th straight year. Today marks my 2190th CONSECUTIVE day of blogging. Yay!
Today is more of a personal post, sharing some of my personal highlights of the year. Though I mentioned this yesterday, this really is more of a personal favorite moment of mine: photographing my best friends engagement in Jackson Hole.
Also, 2014 was a huge year for me trying something new: I started, built, and sold a start-up side business, Baller Foodtruck!
Oh, and my darling Cece turned One! Her great-grammy played the ukulele as we all sang happy birthday to her.
Speaking of birthday, Ellie turned Ten!
I ate amazing food.
Read my Alinea review here.
My favorite meal of the year (and of my life) was at The French Laundry (read my French Laundry review here). I actually got to eat here twice this year. I feel myself very blessed.
Mere had surgery, and the doctor found no cancer:
(read that post)
Took at trip to Napa (well two, actually) and got inspired:
Ellie got first in her dance competition:
I shared a little bit of my heart:
Celebrated my 3rd wedding anniversary with Mere:
Got her these hand lettered vows (our actual vows):
Introduced y'all to the Ceester Bunny:
Took a lot of pictures of this kid:
this #gramworthy session:
and even dusted off the old film camera for some:
My Father's Day post:
I played the saxophone with my favorite band, Boom Kinetic:
All in all... pretty great year. Maybe my best yet. I'm looking forward to 2015 trying to top it!
Talk to you soon,
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