So February and March have become pretty big months in my life. Here’s why. 🙂
• Feb. 19 was the day I started hooping. Here’s my hoopiversary compilation video:
I spent the evening of my hoopiversary by myself spinning in my living room with some LEDs. It was wonderful to just bliss out and be thankful for all the hoop has given me. (Could I sound any more like a hippie?) For the full video of me playing on my hoopiversary clickie over here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GP3duhGCGbA. I hated the song in that video until I saw it used in a hoop video. When applied to the right subject, turns out I love that song. Haha.
• Feb. 26 was the day we adopted our Gordie dog. This is a recent photo of him. He’s pretty much my (our) child. We adopted him from Lucky Dog Animal Rescue when he was about 10 weeks old. His sweet face just captured my heart immediately. We’re the lucky ones, for all the joy, humor and love he brings to our lives.
• March 10 was Steve and I’s anniversary of when we began dating. Eight year’s later we’re planning our wedding. Things are getting hectic and busy but we’ve called in reinforcements and are trucking along in planning.
• And today marks the one-year anniversary of my car accident. I was hit by a drunk driver. I was the designated driver for my friends. Dude ran a red light. Smashed into me and fled. The police caught him later. My friend Lauren listened to the police scanner traffic from the night before to listen to my accident. I never could bring myself to do it. They called out the helicopter for me though! Haha. Luckily I walked away mostly unscaled, save for my right shoulder. I still have lingering pain and issues with it sometimes.
I use my accident as a reminder to tell people not to drink and drive. Have a designated driver. Have a plan. Call a cab. Watch out for your friends and loved ones. Take care of each other. If my words don’t emphasize the importance of not drinking and driving enough, perhaps a picture of my car will.
Wow. All that in a year??? Thats fantastic! I think I’m nearing my Hoopiversary, Its a hard call, because I didn’t get serious about my hoop until I made my own which was over a year after I tried starting to hoop with a hoop much to small for a beginner and thought I just couldn’t do it. Your progress is so inspiring!! Thanks for sharing!
Also- Love the Haircut, and love how you can really see the transformation you went through you’ve obviously gained so much from hooping.
Thanks! 😀 Yeah. It’s been a big year. And the hair was in the way of the hoops! It had to go! Hehe. I donated it to Beautiful Lengths to be made into a wig for the ACS.