And with the end of June, we’re officially (months-wise) halfway through 2013. It’s pretty wild to take a tally of the first six months and see all of the adventures and stories I’ve collected this year.
From making my first travels out West to exploring Canada with Sarah.
Running. Running. And more running.
Wild new projects, clients and tasks with work.
Unexpected new friendships and relationships. Both their starts and their finishes.
Explorations with little brother. And big life moments crossed off the list. (high school graduations and half marathons.)
2013 has been, to date, as wide-eyed, open-armed and headfirst as I have wanted it to be. I have taken the chances that seemed appropriate. I have had a lot of faith. And I have felt as much alive as I have in a long time. So, this is what living is like?
But there are still six months left. And like with any client on an annual budget; halfway through you have to take stakes in––have we gotten where we hoped to at this point? Are we on track to finish and, at the minimum, meet objective?
January through June? Check. Satisfied.
June through December?
Well, according to the 25 by 25 there still needs to be a broadway show, some personal acting, some education, volunteering, learning about firearms, be published AND write a book proposal. And that’s just by October : ). Crazy remainder list, by the way.
2013 was admittedly going to be a year of change and growth; and looking back on the first six months I cannot believe how accurate my predictions have been.
The most immediate prediction list for the remainder of the year? How about just this third quarter?
– Swallow my pride and see a specialist about my leg. I need to get back to running as soon as humanly possible without forever cursing myself with an injury. (You guys, I had a dream I was running last night.)
– Luke Bryan, Miranda Lambert, Keith Urban, Dierks Bentley and Kenny Chesney concerts with Brooke through the rest of the summer.
– Family time over the 4th of July holiday.
– Prepping a little brother for college.
– Planning a trip to Atlanta for time with best friends (including the Braves, duh).
– Getting creative with saving money. Let’s see how many dinner parties I can have instead of going out . . .
– Busting out some 25 by 25s, stat.
Next check in will practically be my 25th birthday. Don’t mind me while I go have a freak out over how quickly this year is passing.
Time flies when you’re having fun!