Because we married in May (and not January), I like to think of our life in fiscal years. It also works out nicely because by May, I have doubtless reneged on my New Year’s Resolutions and can feel good about setting fiscal year resolutions (which will be renewed/changed/dismissed again on December 31).
Here’s a brief recap of how we spent FY 2.
Went to Moab for our anniversary.
I turned 22.
My family drove all the way from Utah to visit. They determined that Kentucky is a nice place to live, but not the greatest to visit. We spent a lot of time at Graeter’s and playing Mental Floss.
We did not see DMB in concert for the third year in a row.
Jason started school!
We put Kentucky plates on the car, making us official Kentuckians (and alleviating concerns about being reported as free-riders).
Midterms. I don’t remember much about October.
Taking advantage of a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, we went to the World Equestrian Games.
Went to Keeneland with the Oswalds.
Jason’s fall conference.
Voted. Not for Rand Paul.
UK basketball game.
Jason’s negotiation simulation. Go team Azerbaijan.
Thanksgiving with the Holbein’s!
Roni came to visit. I think she echos my family’s sentiment, especially since we made her help set up for the ward Christmas party.
My Christmas break was extended by three days, making it almost two full weeks long.
We headed up to Connecticut for the holidays.
Hannah and Mariel came to visit us.
I feel like March was less-than-remarkable. I ran a lot.
Sweet sixteen for BYU, final four for UK.