I didn't post much stock this year. This is mostly due to laziness
(And a little bit of being busy)
I finished posting Oregon stock from the previous summer (see, laziness)
Went to the zoo for my birthday in May (large gap between posting)
Went to Colorado later in May and actually posted the stock within a reasonable amount of time
Did my once yearly model shoot
Found some old photos I never posted from 4 years ago when I went to England
Finally got around to doing a shoot of the goat bones I found in the spring. Still not done posting all of those
I don't remember what I did, that was too long ago. Let's see...
In January I found my dream house. It's only 4 million euro, so just a couple more months at my current job and I can move to Italywww.landwatch.com/Italy-Land-f…
If you buy it, let me know and I will work for you for free if you let me stay there
I made a delicious-looking pie
and some delicious-tasting cake
I turned 100 again
We went to the zoo and Tommy made me a reuben for dinner
We went to a wedding in Colorado*cough* I had had a few by then
On the way back we went through a storm that had passed over us the night before, and got to listen to it again that night.
We went to two other weddings near home
We picked 40lbs of sweet cherries
and many many apricots, and I got to work on Christmas presents in the summer
Bought Skyrim and lost my life for a while
Just chillin with my homies
Finally lost a sock doing laundry...found it a month later. (Yes my life is exciting)
Retired from being a CV for Stock & Resources, which was honestly a huge relief.
Aaaaand went to England to see Elandria
It was a mini devmeet. Here's kingmancheng
sitting next to me
(on the left with his lady, they're looking at bubbles)
We turned it into a vacation and frolicked around England and I learned what gas marks are.
This year I hope to do a bit more stock, including another collaboration with Nathan Lorenzana, who made these:
Also planning on moving in with my boyfriend in August. My current goal is to start raising meat rabbits, and saving some money by living in a one bedroom apartment with someone else will help with getting a down payment on a house where I can do whatever I want (including having animals).