As I was reading my Blogroll this morning, I kept seeing all of these wonderful Year in Review posts. Meagan even posted her top 10 most viewed posts according to Blogger. A lot of them feature pictures and lists of events. Cherie even posted a pros and cons list of her 2014. You know what I saw? That even though all of the not so great stuff, everyone was still very happy and grateful for what they have and where they are in life.
In true blogger fashion, this got me thinking about my own year. Despite all the mild setbacks (mostly with school) my yeah has been pretty kick ass. So I've decided to choose my favorite post from each month that tells our story.
January - How I Got to Missouri
This is easily the question I get asked most when people find out I'm not from here.
February - My Proverbial Marriage Clock is Ticking
I totally called it! I so predicted I would get married this year by accident!
March - 8 Things I Learned from Failed Relationships
Yep. The ones that go wrong teach you a lot too!
April - He Asked...
I got engaged!
April/May - Sadie Sadie
An extra post because I got married and didn't tell anyone for a whole month!
May- 30 before 30
I updated this list today! I think I'm doing pretty good so far.
June - An Interview with Philip
Hubs first interview on the blog. I'm dying just re-reading it!
July - A Little About Me
A post about random things about me and my life.
August - I May Choose to NOT Reproduce
Yep. We are leaning towards not having any kids.
September - Conversations
The introduction to my awesome link-up featuring conversations you have with the people in your life that are so worth sharing. (P.S. It's not too late to get in on the latest one! it's open all week!)
October - Premarital Cohabitation AND List Yourself
Two for this month because it's my blog and I'll do what I want.
November - Wishes DO Come True
Legit. This month was one of the hardest to choose a favorite post. But I managed.
December - Things I'll Never Say Sorry For
What were your favorite posts from Knock on Wood (or Peaches in Missouri) this year?
I also want to wish everyone the happiest of New Years and I'm looking forward to what God has planned for all of us in 2015.
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