Goodbye, 2015

Published on December 31, 2015

Am I happy this year is ending? Yes and no.

Yes, and I’m honestly looking forward to next year. And hopefully keep up with this.

And no. I wish I had more time to accomplish the things I set out to accomplish in 2015.

There’s a list on Buzzfeed that I came across today: 30 Questions You Should Ask Yourself Before 2016. I think it’ll be a good resource for guiding questions. Even though it says to ask yourself these questions before 2016, I think it’ll be a good reflection on the past year during the new one.

Here’s the first question:
1. What did you do this year that you’re proud of?

I traveled a lot this year. With me being such a homebody, I managed to make it out of my state and into some great ones.

In February, I traveled to Columbus, Ohio to visit my friend Abbe. It was a weekend trip that we stayed an extra night for because of an ice storm in Baltimore.

At the end of June, me and my friend Jordan went to Seward, Alaska to visit our friend Kathryn. That was awesome…I should post pictures soon…

In July, I went to Grand Rapids, Michigan for a National Pastoral Musicians Conference for our church for a week.

And in November, we went to Charleston, South Carolina again for YALLFest.


I should really be better at recapping my “adventures.” Maybe a goal for 2016?

Goodbye, 2015.

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