Year in Review, 2014

You know how this goes…

And now, if for some reason you didn’t already receive it, we’d like to deliver to you our…

2014 year-end photo recap!

(click for photo fun!)

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(brought to you by the slower-than-ever but still alive and kickin’ Flickr)

I’m sure by now everyone knows this is our version of a holiday card: meant to be something our friends and family will enjoy reliving with us, and maybe even something they’ll actually want to hang onto. We know we enjoy doing this! And we most definitely hang onto these photos, but more importantly, the memories.

Looking back now, it’s hard to believe 2014 is over. As I wrote in my letter to family and friends, it’s a good-looking year on Flickr, but we’re excited for what lies ahead. Despite all the fun, 2014 was (as you read here) also a lot of work for us. Some we brought on ourselves, some was demanded of us, some was opportunistic. At the end of it all, we’re happy and poised for even greater success, but we’re reminding ourselves that – to quote Munga on our wedding day – “life is not just what you learn or what you earn, but what you do with it.”

These photos remind us that the people we did it all with are what really matters. They will make 2015 great, and we hope to see their smiling faces – more, and others, too – when we get to the next recap.

Anyway, that’s enough waxing philosophical for now. I’ve just returned from my Mexican Christmas Chill-out and I’m feeling all groovy (more on that soon enough). I’ll just end by saying…

That’s a wrap, 2014! See ya on the flipside…

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See our past year-end photo recaps here:

2013
2012
2011
2010

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2 thoughts on “Year in Review, 2014

  1. Margaret Wisniewski says:

    What a wonderful way to end 2014 and start 2015! And it is all good! (Another quote from Munga!) A year filled with great people, beautiful babies, good times, good food, plentiful drink (smile), exotic locations, puppies at play, home improvements (Mr. Handyman, Trent), bad ass band buddies, gorgeous co-workers, and you top it all off with a Christmas card in the sand. It sure beats that Hallmark stuff on shiny paper (no trees died). Thank you for the photo reminder that we have so much for which to be grateful. Love you!

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