2011 has gone by so fast. I’m working on a theory of time increasing like the speed of a rolling stone as it goes down a hill — the older you get, the faster time passes by. I’m not about to win any math or science prizes for this one but it seems true to me.
2011 was a good, quiet and rather uneventful year for us Ts. I started the new blog in May and it inspired me to get a lot of projects started AND finished. (Finishing is always the hard part for me. Starting is a piece of cake. That’s probably why our basement is filled with unfinished projects). JT is a lot better about finishing projects out and this year he built his first guitar and is now onto his third and fourth, simultaneously. Here in the next few weeks he’s going to guest post here at Living Analog. Yay!
I’m excited for 2012 because I have so many more projects to tackle and thanks to you guys reading, a lot more incentive and motivation to get them done and posted. There’s going to be a lot of work happening in the kitchen and bedroom along with these crazy furniture swaps I stirred up in the living room.
I would be remiss if I didn’t mention that New Year’s Eve 2011 is also Mr. T’s and my seventh wedding anniversary.
(This is a horrible picture because I am just trying to keep the damn hat on my head long enough for the picture but you get the point – NYE 2004 going into 2005 was a big party for us. JT looks dashing as ever.) For anyone considering getting married on New Year’s Eve I highly recommend it. Everyone is ready to dance and have a good time and it’s such a nice time to have your family and friends gathered around you. A new, fresh year of hopes and dreams is before you and you get to start it with your husband! It was amazing.
So what’s the big plan for 2012? Well I’m working on some resolutions but I want them to be well-considered and also attainable so I’ll have to postpone a few days until I’m sure I’ve really thought this over. I wish everyone a safe and celebratory New Year’s Eve and all the best in 2012!