1.24.2010

hello 2010

Time away - but now I'm back. No Nancy, I did not quit - I was just on hiatus.

A brief recap of events since the last post...

Oct - Visited Atlanta with Molly during Halloween and gay pride. So many wonderful people there we need to go back soon.

Nov-Dec - Much different from last year. Surprisingly I only celebrated my birthday on a couple nights and nTime away - but now I'm back. No Nancy, I did not quit - I was just on hiatus.

A brief recap of events since the last post...

Oct - Visited Atlanta with Molly during Halloween and gay pride. So many wonderful people there we need to go back soon.

Nov-Dec - Much different from last year. Surprisingly I only celebrated my birthday on a couple nights and not a month-long extravaganza! 2010 shall be another month-long celebration.

On Dec. 26 we had my mom's side Christmas party. I ended up drinking an entire bottle on Glenlivet, blacked out, but remained hysterically funny by stories from my cousins. Let's just say, I've held back on the Scotch since then.

NYE - This was actually one of the best New Years I've had. It was spent with Amy and Laura. We did power hour to kettle & 180s - this was the first mistake. I'm not sure if we even finished. We headed down to Marley Bone where I don't recall the rest of the evening. It involved Amy making passes on boys in front of their girlfriends, Laura getting stuck in a snow drift, me slipping on ice (with possible brain swelling), and Amy yelling obscenities at neighbors.

Jan 1-3 - My mom rented a cabin at Mahoney State Park for us - we celebrated Christmas there. It was very cool, despite the -30 temps.

No resolutions this year - just time to focus on me. There was a big ol' rut, but we are emerging a beautiful butterfly - and by butterfly, I mean a hairy, pizza eating, dancing fool.ot a month-long extravaganza! 2010 shall be another month-long celebration.

On Dec. 26 we had my mom's side Christmas party. I ended up drinking an entire bottle on Glenlivet, blacked out, but remained hysterically funny by stories from my cousins. Let's just say, I've held back on the Scotch since then.

NYE - This was actually one of the best New Years I've had. It was spent with Amy and Laura. We did power hour to kettle & 180s - this was the first mistake. I'm not sure if we even finished. We headed down to Marley Bone where I don't recall the rest of the evening. It involved Amy making passes on boys in front of their girlfriends, Laura getting stuck in a snow drift, me slipping on ice (with possible brain swelling), and Amy yelling obscenities at neighbors.

Jan 1-3 - My mom rented a cabin at Mahoney State Park for us - we celebrated Christmas there. It was very cool, despite the -30 temps.

No resolutions this year - just time to focus on me. There was a big ol' rut, but we are emerging a beautiful butterfly - and by butterfly, I mean a hairy, pizza eating, dancing fool.

1 comment:

David Scott said...

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