I have been wracking my brain for some amazing highlights to mention in a year-end post.
And I got nothing.
It’s just kinda been a year, you know?
In January, I turned 40.
In February, Dan and I closed on the property where he has his psychology practice, which is a pretty big deal I guess. I’m incredibly proud of my husband — his career development has been a big highlight of our year. It’s just not *mine* per se. (I didn’t even blog about it!)
I went back to work in February, full time, and I’m still bitching about it. People say, “I don’t know how you do it.” (Some people say, “Suck it up, buttercup!”)
Trust me, I’m not.
Flora started a new school in September.
I did the PodCamp thing! Maybe a little too much.
I started a new blogging — sorry, online writing project.
In general, the kids have been all right (I think).
Michael hit his milestones. Then, a little more than a week ago, he had ear tube surgery. So far, so good.
In lieu of an end-of-the-year post, here’s an idea (that I am stealing): a guiding word for the new year.
My word for 2012 is going to be “change”. I have to figure out what needs to change in my life, how to change it, and then go. I don’t need big upheavals, but I need better balance. I need more things for me to sustain me. My children need me to make some changes to benefit them.
If you had a rough 2011 (and gauging by my Twitter stream, some of you sure did), I hope that 2012 is better. Even if you had a good 2011, I hope 2012 is better. And if, like me, you just kind of had a year, well, maybe a little change up will do you some good, too.
What’s your 2012 word?