Goodbye 2014!

Hmm what do I want to say? We’re in the last few hours of 2014 and it deserves a few words. Though the words aren’t clear I wanted to stop in and wish my readers a plentiful New Year! This year has been such an adventure! I feel honored that you all have been here with me throughout the lot. Thank you for reading 2014’s experiences. I look forward to connecting more in 2015. What I’ve learned in this year is that life is all about learning and living. I feel proud for owning every choice I’ve made this year and I’ve learned so much about taking responsibility for my own life. Still I don’t do anything alone. So thank you team for reflecting to me. Thank you friends for connecting with me, and thanks to every single person who said “Just Keep Writing. I am excited to share that in 2015 I will be a partner teacher in residence with the New York City Teaching Collaborative! I’m embarking on an exciting new adventure that I look forward to sharing with you all!

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You see ultimately the thing is, at least for me that as these years pass the only permanence is impermanence. So I hope for the future. Even more importantly I hope for right now. I hope to remember to dance because it’s my great love. I hope that grab every opportunity to laugh and relish it as if it’s the sweetest fruit my lips will ever graze. I hope to be kind to others and to remember that this world and this life itself would be bleak if I didn’t share it with other bodies. Lastly, I hope to do it my way. I hope to tell that person that I like them, and to climb that mountain, and to take that writing class, and to kiss that boy/girl! I hope to do it my way! I hope you do too. Thanks for stopping by and All feelings New Year to you!

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2014 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 1,500 times in 2014. If it were a cable car, it would take about 25 trips to carry that many people.

Click here to see the complete report.