Here are a couple of things I ate, saw and did during 2014:
In the middle of January, my boyfriend and I joined two of our friends for a trip to Disneyland (no surprise there!) and stopped at Snow Monster for dessert. It was a HUGE plate of shaved ice, but so yummy. Before I left for the trip, I was able to share a meal with a long-time good friend (hi Mel!) Yes, those are chips in my sandwich :p My boyfriend and I also drove across the new Bay Bridge, which was a first for me.
My boyfriend and I shared our third Valentine's Day together at Left Bank in Santana Row and in March, we celebrated a good friend's birthday at Yard House! One the first day of June, we built my bookshelf :) We were also able to take one of my younger brothers, Matt, to Disneyland for his first time! He really enjoyed it. Mel and I hung out again at the Legion of Honor in San Francisco and ate some REALLY delicious honey toast.
In August, I celebrated my 22nd birthday at Mama's in San Francisco for breakfast. I was also able to meet Jandy Nelson, Nina LaCour and Gayle Forman at a book signing (much excitement). In September, I watched Wicked for the second time with my four of my friends! I loved it just as much as the first time. In October, the advertising team I was a part of joined together and played in a wiffleball tournament at school. I'm pretty sure this was the first time I was part of a sports team and actually enjoyed myself :p
In October, the San Francisco Giants won the World Series on the same day I received my copy of 1989! In November, my boyfriend and I shared our third anniversary together at Arcadia (their fries were DELICIOUS). At the beginning of December, Stephanie and I went to Mix 106.5's Very Merry Mixer and saw Matt Nathanson, Andy Grammer and American Authors (MY NEW FAVORITE) in concert. I always have so much fun with her :p Before classes ended, the campaign I worked on with three others in my advertising class won the Blue Cow Award. I also graduated from university so now I'm a free woman, woohoo!
I hope 2014 was a great year for you — but here's to 2015 being even better :)