On Thursday, I will be 29. Truth be told, this is not at all what I expected my life to be like as I turned 29. But, overall, year 28 was pretty good.
Some highlights of Year 28:
I went on three interviews and got offered two jobs. If the one in Pittsburgh had been for longer than just one year, I would be writing this post from a different city. But, all in all, things worked out well. I love the school I'm at and the people I work with. Things happen for a reason, right? So there must be some explanation for why I got hired in Hollidaysburg.
I bought a house!
I reconnected with some friends from college and high school, but I also "lost touch" with some friends as well.
I finally got to see a Stanley Cup banner go up in the Mellon, after waiting since 1993.
I also got to see the last game at the Mellon Arena, too. And yes, I will admit that I held it together until Mario walked out onto the ice, then I started crying.
I bought an imac and my life has never been the same!
I am the smallest and healthiest I have been in my adult (heck, even teenage) life. I probably drive people crazy with how particular I am about the types of food I will and will not eat. In my defense, I do try REALLY hard not to be a pain about it, so if I am, I apologize! :O)
As for year 29, who knows what it has in store, but here are some hopes:
* Many games at the new CEC * A trip to Chicago to see the Hawks and Pens * Participate in a 5K (to walk, not run- my poor knees could never handle running!) * A 30th birthday vacation to a location that requires a passport * And many, many good times with friends and all of their babies, especially the ones who love to cuddle (Talkin' 'bout you, Camden!)
Every summer, I buy zucchini from the Amish thinking that I will love it, and every summer, I find out that I am not a huge fan of zucchini. Although this summer, with the help of P-Dub (aka The Pioneer Woman), I found a great recipe that could make anyone love zucchini...
Homemade zucchini straws!!!!
Between the flour, the oil, and the thin pieces, you don't even know you are eating zucchini! And those are the kind of vegetables that Laura likes!