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2017 In Review: Part Two

January 2017

February 2017

  • I started a new 10-minute workout that I found on my Facebook wall.
  • I went to the Flying Canoe Festival with my boyfriend.
  • I went to the Silver Skate Festival where a friend had a Fire Scuplture in the show.
  • I planted some seeds from a Bell Pepper which is still alive but hasn’t grown any peppers.
  • I read the book Hollow City by Ransom Riggs.
  • I created my first Sims 4 Challenge.

March 2017

  • I finished a 1500 piece puzzle at work.
    1500 Piece Puzzle
    1500 Piece Puzzle
  • I bought a Canada 150 colouring book that I never color in.
  • I won my first free coffee from Tim Hortons (which I never redeemed).
  • I sat on my patio sunbathing without a jacket on despite there being snow on the ground.
  • We bought The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild for the WiiU (still have not beat it).
  • My brother had his fifth and final son (all kids are male).
  • My car windows started freezing up on the inside (which it also did this November. Still haven’t figured out why).

April 2017

  • I bought a new journal where you answer one question a day for 5 years.
  • I moved my bookcase into my computer room and rearranged the furniture and books.

2017 In Review: Part One

If I was to sum up 2017 in one word, that would be “lazy”. Honestly I feel like I sat on my butt watching YouTube videos and playing video games the entire year.

I also stopped going out to all the local events, which used to be something I loved to do. I found it difficult to drag my boyfriend out either because he didn’t want to go, or I wasn’t interested in leaving the house. It’s sad because one of the things I really loved about my new partner was that he didn’t complain when I said I wanted to go to an event. But I guess the novelty has worn off.

Over the Spring and Summer I was able to get him to go for a walk every evening around the block which I loved. It gave us a guaranteed 30 minutes together to connect and talk about our days. But once the Winter came, the walks stopped. Mainly because it was cold out (which he used as an excuse), but also because the walkways became skating rinks. I really hope we can get back into the walking habit soon.

In the next couple blog posts I will take a look at what I actually did each month by going through my Social Media platforms and saved pictures. I’m sure I actually got out and did stuff more often than I really think. Stay tuned for tomorrow’s post to find out…