Better late than never, I suppose! 2014 was…a year. But I’m looking forward to 2015 and hope it brings great things with it!
Jan – Winery tour with the ladies; 24th birthday!
Feb – started guest appearing on the HF “Design Critique” podcast; Suzanne Farrell Ballet Master Class at the Kennedy Center; GMU basketball game;
Mar – Refereed at the FIRST Robotics Competition Orlando and Greater DC Regionals; new robot in the lab at school!
Apr – Moscow Festival Ballet’s Romeo + Juliet at the GMU Center for the Arts; Moscow Festival Ballet’s Ballet Favorites at the GMU Center for the Arts; cherry blossoms, ftw!; volunteered at the USA Science and Engineering Festival
May – Won my department’s “most logged in” superlative, haha; NYC trip with my sister Jennifer; Sara’s Speed Trap Bachelorette; Jazz in the Garden with friends;
June – Sister Jennifer’s high school graduation!; Boston Ballet‘s Mixed Repertoire at the Kennedy Center; Phoenix in concert at the Echostage; Boston/Dartmouth visit;
July – July 4th at the National Archives; New phone lock screen!; Guardians of the Galaxy released!; I wrote a lot; (seriously, nothing else of interest happened in July apparently, haha)
Aug – Auditioned for Millionaire in NYC; Ocean City trip with friends; Sara & Kevin’s beautiful wedding!; Became president of the GMU CHI Student Chapter;
Sep – Attended Baltimore Comic-Con and met Fables author Bill Willingham!; Company Danzante’s “Here & Now” at the Kennedy Center;
Oct – Alonzo King Ballet’s Lines at the GMU Center for the Arts; Suzanne Farrell Ballet Master Class at the Kennedy Center; Attended New York Comic-Con (cosplayed as Gwendolyn from Saga!); Refereed at the Roboticon off-season robotics competition in Tampa; Visited Harry Potter World Diagon Alley; HFES 2014 Conference in Chicago
Nov – Mommy; Miami City Ballet’s Romeo & Juliet at the Kravis Center; Suzanne Farrell Ballet’s Works of Balanchine at the Kennedy Center
Dec – 2nd Annual White elephant party; Chevelle in concert at Rams Head Live in Baltimore; Ballet West’s Nutcracker at the Kennedy Center; brother Karlyle graduated from UF!
–Read 82 books
–Visited 4 new cities
–Attended 1 conferences, 2 cons
–Saw 10 ballets, 2 concerts