Goodbye, Oh-Nine

In 2009:
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+ We got married in our home.

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+ We went to Taos, NM for a honeymoon.

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+ Jeremy had his appendix taken out. During our honeymoon. (I’ll stop talking about it in twenty-ten.

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+ I went to the HOW design conference with Liz and came home with a large ampersand tattooed on my ribs.

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+ We set up a slip ‘n’ slide in Edgemere park using an outdoor board vinyl.

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+ We ran into freezing Lake Superior.

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+ We went on a New England cruise.

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+ We went fishing with my dad.

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+ We learned (and love) how to climb rocks.

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+ We took a mini-vacation to Robber’s Cave.

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+ We got snowed in at my parent’s and celebrated the best Christmas ever.

Other notables:
+ I turned 27. Jeremy 31.
+ I went from black to blonde.
+ I baked some bread.
+ I designed some invitations.
+ I made lots of new blog friends.
+ I became obsessed with Everest.
+ I finally fell in love with my cats.

Goodbye, Oh-Nine. You were a good one.

Thank you to every single one of you that shared my year of oh-nine with me. In real life, and through this blog. xoxo!

The Best of 2009

Summer Oh-Nine. That was the best.

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We went fishing with my Dad.

In late March, Jeremy and I married each other in our home. That was the very best.

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Actually, I lie. The wedding was fine and thinking back on it gives me a little bit of anxiety. Being married to Jeremy is the best. We’ve both done this before – and are for real this time. So the best has been figuring out how to navigate our marriage the best way we can.

Taxidermy Art

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Taxidermy Wall Art, apx. 20″ x 30″

Another amazing gift from my sister, who appreciates my love for dead things.

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Scarf

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My sister gifted me this scarf for Christmas this year. I will keep (and wear) it forever.

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Bread: Baked

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There you go. I baked my first loaf of bread using this recipe. I just enjoyed a slice with butter and honey.

It was a little time consuming and I have a burn on my wrist but it was completely worth it.

Note to self: Grab a cast iron pan at the farmer’s market.

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