Sunday, December 23, 2012

Sarah reviews 2012

Oh, hello. I didn't see you come in. No matter, now that you're here let us reflect upon the year that was supposed to be our last (thanks for letting us down, Mayans).

A lot of things come to mind when I think of 2012. Ups, downs, nausea, etc. But overall, it was a pretty good year I think. Let's break it down.

I started the year off surrounded by my closest friends:

I turned 22. That experience was so enjoyable that I think I will keep telling people that that is my age.

St Patrick's Day was probably the best night of my life. I should stop going out because no night will ever be as good. Highlight of the night (and maybe even my life): We were crossing the street on 17th Ave and this drunk guy on his bike yelled at us "FUCK YOU I'M IRISH!" then he proceeded to fly off of his bike and landed in a crumpled heap on the middle of the street. My friend Holly was like, "dude are you okay?!" and the guy was like, "yeah... just keep walking"... I realize this story probably isn't funny when you read it. I wish I had a video to show you.

Oh also, I apparently loudly told everyone, "I'm so drunk I'm actually updating my Google+" and threw a bouquet of flowers into no particular direction. I think I maybe even drunk tweeted NHL player Brandon Prust. I'm such a troll sometimes!

April was a scary time cause I got tested for cancer. But it's all good cause it turns out that I'm really good at not having cancer.

Then I went to Maui!

I was on top of a Volcano, bitches!

And almost immediately after returning home, I went to Vancouver for no other reason than to party.

Then I did something I never thought I would've ever done; I joined a gym! And get this: I'm still going to it regularly. I know, I'm just as shocked as you are.

I also somehow grew some balls and made a move on a babely babe who looked like Joseph Gordon-Levitt from the movie Looper.

Sadly this did not work out.

I had the pleasure of going to not one, but two weddings in July. I wore the same dress and nobody said anything.

August through October blew chunks. But it was necessary to reach that low, because it inspired me to make some big changes in my life. I switched jobs, applied to school, and I'm even starting to save up to buy my own place someday. I'm growing up, you guys, I'm really doing it!

So I'm not gonna lie, I've got some high expectations for 2013. Like, obviously I'm going to continue to reach my fitness goals. I'm also toying with the idea of getting bangs... I'm not sure yet. I'm hoping to do well in school; I've only got one year to succeed, so I'd better work hard. It's gonna be crazy, but I can't wait!

Merry Christmas and a Happy 2013 to all of you!

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