Monday, December 31, 2018

Farewell 2018!!!

Wow! Another year has passed. I'm sorry I haven't posted in like forever, but I've been busy working on some special projects, which will carry over into 2019. But before the new year begins, I wanted to take a moment to say thanks for the life I have.

I turned 41 back in July and I have to say, I've managed to retain my youthful appearance. I hope I can still say the same when I turn 42.
We've had tons of fun celebrating birthdays and hanging out with our friends. I've also gone on movie dates with my hubby, and traveled!
I'm either doing my Trump impression or the flash is too bright!
Oh B.A.! We'll see each other again!
I've been pretty busy writing a bunch of stuff I hope to get published by 2019. But Zach beat me to the punch by publishing his novel, "Last Friend Standing." Click on the link to buy. It's one major thrill ride, and I'm not just saying that because he's my husband. Here's the synopsis.
Sex. Lies. Envy. Narcissism. Frienemies do it with class. This is not your ordinary "bff" story. You're invited to the best birthday party in the world. Everyone is guaranteed to have a blast.
Did someone say Halloween?
Those closest to me know that October is one of my favorite months because I get to celebrate one of the coolest holidays ever, Halloween. 
By Thanksgiving, I realized I had a lot to be grateful for. For starters, I haven't had a single health issue since I almost went t*ts up back in January. I have some amazing friends, and most importantly, someone to share my life with.  
I'm also glad I married a chef. I can't boil an egg to save my life, but he can do wonders, especially around Christmas.
Speaking of Christmas, I may have gone overboard this year when I bought my third, and biggest tree, yet.
We've been in Argentina for six and half years. That's longer than most people (including ourselves) predicted we'd stay. We've run into some obstacles and dealt with some shady people. But we also formed a surrogate family of our own. Although life and scheduling conflicts don't always allow us to get together at the same time, we find ways to celebrate as many special moments as possible.
So, as 2018 comes to a close, I look forward to the challenges 2019 will bring. I want to thank those who have followed me on my journey. But I've decided that this will be my final entry... at least for now. I just needed to drop by one last time to say goodbye properly and give my best wishes to all you travelers, potential travelers and travelers of the imagination.
Happy New Year, everyone!