1/1/11 seemed like a good day to finally update my blog. 2010 was a good year. A HUGE year actually. This is where I'm going to jumble thoughts together to sum it all up. Here goes:
I got a camera for Christmas. I used that camera to start a photography business. Follow Your Bliss was born. I put an offer on a condo. I waited five months to finally close on that condo. I moved in. I painted every wall. I made it my own. I had a housewarming party. I turned 25. I attended 4 weddings. I was a maid of honor. I watched my best friend sing Journey in her wedding dress. My nephew turned two. I dated a douchebag. I went to my first fair. I ate a fried oreo. I stopped talking to said douchebag. My sister turned 30, my mom 50. I spent a week on the beach. I became a brunette. I paid off my credit cards. I paid off my camera. I bought a Mac. I became a Mac snob. I shot two weddings. I saw Dave Matthews in concert...again. I got my first speeding ticket. I got my first speeding ticket dropped. I got promoted. I started a cupcake business. I ended a cupcake business. I made friends and I lost friends. I spent New Years Eve in a basement. I got stood up. I lost hope in love. I lost a friend to cancer. I decided to try online dating. I went on blind dates. I decided I hate said online dating. I grew my hair out. I repainted walls. I moved furniture around on a monthly basis. I got on stage to intro a band..alone. I had to stop being on air. I was dubbed "Bliss the Bounty Hunter." I learned that my first love was becoming a dad. I met more famous people. I hit a wall in the Simon truck. I experienced a white Christmas. I got to play in the snow with my nephew. I realized that coworkers can be best friends and best friends from college can become acquaintances. I realized that I have it more together than most people give me credit for. I was late to work everyday but never missed the previews to a movie. I was put on adderall and realized that college could have been different had I been diagnosed earlier. I learned that I can do anything, just not everything.