After a break, I know that I need to start blogging again in 2015.
You know why?
It makes me think. When I know that I need to blog, it makes me contemplate what is going on around me as I try to come up with a topic to write about. The past two months when I haven't written a post, I've realized that I've been going along and living life without thinking much about it.
It's a new year, and I know that I need to appreciate each day as it comes and really soak in those little moments and little things that make everyday life worth living and enjoying.
You don't have to constantly do something "fun" to enjoy life. It's those little moments, like I say in the description of this blog, that are so wonderful.
Last night, most people went out and partied to celebrate the new year. Nate and I discussed what we wanted to do since we both had the night off, and we ultimately came to the conclusion that we didn't have a desire to go out and deal with crowds of people.
We picked up a taco pizza and watched "Mike & Molly" until we went to bed about 9:30 p.m. (don't judge us, we're both sick) and watched some of "The O.C."
I was thinking about it, and I realized that many people go out on New Year's Eve to find someone to kiss and go home with, but we already had that. What was the need to go out and get annoyed at the crowds and waste money? We had a perfectly good time, and we're plenty rested today!
Plus, this morning I got a special treat. Nate was heading downstairs to get a bowl of cereal, and I asked if he would make us French toast --- because for some reason I am terrible at it. He brought me up a plate with four pieces of deliciousness topped with syrup and whipped cream and himself a bowl of cereal. I figured he would make French toast for both of us, but he made it just for me instead of saying he was in the mood for cereal. I'm sorry if it's bragging, but what a wonderful man!
So it's those little moments like last night and this morning that I am going to cherish this year.
Happy 2015, and enjoy the little things.