My, time flies.
In a bit of a reminiscing mood, these were the highlights of 2010 for me.
1. I turned 40. And I liked it.
2. Connections that began in social media turned into real-life friendships.
4. After nine years, I finally saw my sister again. In person. In my home. Trippy.
5. Thanks to Skype, I kept my phone bill down, and was able to talk regularly not just with my family but with friends all around the world as well.
7. I traveled a lot. A LOT. And loved it.
8. Waxing UnLyrical has started taking on a life of its own, and its blogging team is growing slowly but steadily.
Let me tell ya, cooking for 30 people is backbreaking, but completely worth it.
10. This year, I came to treasure even more the wonderful circle of family and friends who keep me going in good times and bad.
11. I served as IABC/DC Metro chapter president and with a fabulous volunteer board, managed to bring our chapter to a much better financial position than it was in previously.
When I look at this list that I’ve put together, the thread that runs through it is clear to me.
While technology and, yes, money, made a lot of these things possible, what stands out are the people who I met, reconnected with, got to know.
It’s always about people. With their faults and all, people are what keep us going; what keeps our humanity intact.
In 2011, I wish you health, happiness and wonderful, wonderful people.