December 31, 2018

The End of a Chapter

Well, the last day of 2018 started out as any other day might. I got up, went over to Grandpa and Nana's, helped shovel, we came back and got the snowmobiles, and then in the afternoon I went to work from about 4-7:30, before coming home and watching movies with Grandpa and Nana until around 11:30, and then ringing in the new year with family. As I sit here writing this, 31 minutes into 2019, I look back on 2018 and I'm slightly unsure how to feel about it. In many ways, it was the biggest year of my life so far. I got my drivers license, I flew a plane, I've completed almost an entire year of keeping a journal, and I've also changed a lot, physically, emotionally, and spiritually. I've made some friends, and lost some too. But, as I start to think about the coming year, I can't help but smile. If I give it my best shot, I can make it an even better year. 

My last picture of the year