2012.

Oh, hellllllllllo.  Want to see some photos from this year?  In no particular order, I present 2012: Space Odyssey:

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I met a monkey at a Saturday brunch with friends. Having friends with zoo jobs has its perks!

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I spent a ton of time with this adorable beast.

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Baby me!  Apparently, I was once a turtle-faced pearl-clutcher.

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See?

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September 2012 – school begins!
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My brother is so stylish.

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2012: the year I learned how to blow dry my hair. I am 26.

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I found this photo in my mother’s camera. It highlights the fact that we look like total strangers. Genetics are crazy.

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Cars Land! My mother-in-law has given us Disneyland passes as anniversary presents for our past two anniversaries and I have become the adult-baby I’ve always found so annoying. Disneyland as a grown is super fun.

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I put a bag on a baby’s head. IT HAD HOLES IN IT.

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As a family, we began a love affair with kettle corn. As in, we have it on hand all the time.  Even if that means making emergency farmer’s market runs.  At 11 am on Saturday mornings.

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As a teacher of five-year-olds, I love this photo. Presidents: they’re just like us!

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This photo is not staged. This creep jacked my pencil.

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I attended several baby showers this year and they were all amazing. The kids were okay too.

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Hammock time.

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It’s been super cloudy and gorgeous around these parts since October. Love.

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In February, I went to Atlanta for a week. When I came home, this monster wouldn’t let me put him down for days.

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My husband found this outside our front door. Terrifying.

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“I played a very small part in a very large chair.”

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The beast. So cute.

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Does this picture give you paws?

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I met a reindeer at work! More specifically, I met Vixon.

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I managed to crack the leg of a child’s chair. Because I’m super in shape and immune to humiliating situations.

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We brought skeletal anatomy into our classroom for Halloween. Yipee!

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For the two years I’ve been going to Disneyland on the regular, I’ve been collecting 25 cent future readings from Esmeralda, a beautiful robot on Main Street. The last one I received is this one.  I’ve since stopped giving her any money.  You cut me deep, Esme.

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Okay, this is a meme, which I can take zero credit for. However, I can still love it, right?

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This is my dad. In our backyard. Being really safe.

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Abraham Lincoln, the cat who would be a bird.

 

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6 thoughts on “2012.

    • Haha! Thank you! I’m trying to be more positive. 🙂 I’ve also added a photo – I forgot it earlier. My personal favorite is the baby bag photo. Even though it makes me look terrible.

      Happy New Year!!!

  1. I want a “Love!” button for this post. I love the pictures and your captions! Also… your cats are crazy adorable.

    (I’m 31 and haven’t figured out how to blow dry my hair yet. I end up frustrated, bored, and with a sweaty neck and wet hair… If you ever write a post filled with tips on how to properly blow dry one’s hair, I’d totally read it!)

    • Why, thank you! 🙂

      I am obsessed with my cats – I try not to talk about them constantly because I think it might scare people. They really are the cutest.

      The other day, I thought about posting a photo of what my hair looks like after I “blow dry” it, because it looks ridiculous. I essentially just comb it out, towel dry and then hit it with the hair dryer like a maniac for about ten minutes. It looks crazy until it’s entirely dry and then I twist sections and dry the twisted sections for a few seconds. It’s not perfect, but it only takes 15 minutes and does not require a round brush – which I hate and do not own.

      I will definitely post photos. 🙂

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