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A whole year, come and gone. What a roller coaster of a year it was. I had lots of adventures, worked hard, and loved (almost) every minute of it.

I remember last New Year's Eve very vividly. It wasn't a great one to be perfectly honest. There were lots of changes happening in my life, things bringing me down. I was a little worried that was how my year was going to be. And while 2014 wasn't perfect, there were so many picture perfect moments.

I only have time to share a few here, or we'd be here for another year;) But my whole year is cataloged right there on the right in neat little blog posts under the year 2014.

SO this year found me chugging through school and absolutely loving my classes, changing my minor to Digital Humanities, doing an internship at KSL, working at KSL and at BYU Radio, spending a fun summer in Provo where I finished the hardest class in my major, and then had a blast doing all the summer things there are to do in a college town, watched several of my good friends get married and was a bridesmaid for a few, saw the Grand Canyon, spent a blissful two weeks in California and Disneyland with my amazing family, headed to Boston (officially my favorite city in the US) for a way fun week with my family and helping my brother and sister-in-law move in, found dozens of new places to eat, became more of a grownup with rent and bills and buying big things for myself, discovered my love for the Food Network, became better friends with people who turned out to be my people, had incredible wards and callings I loved, kept blog-friendships going strong, celebrated holidays and weekends with my family, dated some non-Randys, missed that missionary more than words can describe, and then had him come home to me. I learned about myself, about my Savior Jesus Christ, about my family, and about who I can become.

Yeah, you could say 2014 has been a good year.

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