I have nothing but love for 2019. I look forward to 2020 with a lot of gratitude and hopes.
First, Justin took up a job 1335 miles from home. We rang in 2019 in freezing Lake Placid, NY. We sold our country house in Virginia, packed up everything, and moved south to unknown territories. We stopped and enjoyed Nashville on the way. Patriots won another Super Bowl. One of my best friends got married in New Orleans. Soon after we moved into a temporary apartment, Jameson got hit by a car and dodged a bullet from it just fine. We bought a new construction home right away. I got a job working two different offices full time. We flew to Boston for Roderick’s 40th birthday bash. We took up hot yoga. I started That Deaf Girl Vlogs. We spent our 6 year anniversary back in Bluemont, VA where we got married. I became pregnant with our first child. I began Birthfit workouts in our garage gym. My dear mother had a double stroke and miraculously, thankfully survived. I began to find out scary things were happening during my pregnancy and fell into a dark place for a while but also had so many positives moving forward. We moved into our brand new home. We did a maternity shoot in heart of Waco, Texas. We saw Joe Rogan and ZBB live. We explored so much of the Fort Worth/Dallas area and have new found love for it. Thanksgiving was spent in Houston with our good friend Holly and the boys. We had an awesome remote Baby Shower. Justin received a promotion and took up Brazilian jiu jitsu. We enjoyed our first warm Christmas in Texas with Justin’s sister and our nephew.
I know there’s so many more I could add on to this blog post.
I could not think of a better way to close out the year than spend our last night alone with the three pups, surf and turf dinner and a brownie gnocchi with ice cream dessert.
This year has taught me many wonderful lessons. I’m thankful for the extreme hardships and amazing blessings.
2020, let’s do this!
2 thoughts on “2019 Recap”
Falling in love with your blog. My 22 yr old is deaf and is having a hard time motivating herself. I requested a friendship on your Facebook in hopes that I can get to watch your blogs and truly see that being deaf is not a disability but a challenge in life.
Thank you! I hope your daughter simple sees it as a good thing. Life is definitely hard but she has the power to turn things around and make it who she really is.