Some thoughts on turning 29 and reflections on 28.
What a year. It is hard not to think of my past year in relation to the pandemic, but here we are. This past year I grew in many ways: baking, roller skating, and life changes.
This past year Zach and I moved out of our Green Lake apartment to one in Edmonds. That apartment was special in many ways, especially that it was the place we had lives the longest together. We hosted dinners and small groups there, at one point we had 26 people in that 1 bedroom apartment! We are so thankful to have been given such a wonderful place to live and are excited to move on to our new chapter.
We traveled a bit to see family, me to Indiana and both of us to Louisiana.
I learned how to bake pretty sugar cookies (dairy free and gluten free!), in the hope for future parties and get togethers.
I completed a skate challenge to skate for 30 days in a row, and loved it!
I have been learning how to hold my dreams loosely, and still with joy. The Lord has been patient in teaching me this, but I feel growth in this area.
I have been learning healthy boundaries for my heart.
I have been continuing the journey of healthy choices and trying to remember that these choices now are important for my future.
Overall, more of the same growing areas. I can see the growth, but know there is so much more coming this year. Let’s see what 29 has in store.