Jan 4, 2005

In the spirit of tradition:

My 25 Most Important Discoveries of 2004:

1. Living in the city isn't half bad. In fact, it's all good.
2. Credit cards are evil.
3. Some things are totally worth the wait.
4. I can be happy doing almost anything, as long as I am appreciated.
5. Pointy shoes are fun.
6. My hair really wants to be curly and it looks better that way.
7. Grinding your own meat is totally cool.
8. Gin.
9. It's awesome being a grown up.
10. A little love goes a long way. (same goes for sarcasm.)
11. It's hard to be the bigger person sometimes, but it's almost always worth it.
12. Good friends are hard to find, and sometimes hard to keep.
13. Busses aren't all that bad.
14. Having a boss you respect makes the job all the more bearable.
15. Sometimes it's best to keep your mouth shut.
16. It doesn't pay to be selfish. (I'm still discovering this...it's a work in progress.)
17. I can bake!! ...a little.
18. Pecan pie is very very tasty and I really should have just let myself keep thinking I didn't like it.
19. It's ok not to have an itinerary every once in a while.
20. It's easy to let things go.
21. Baggy isn't flattering.
22. Marriage is still hard work, and it's still wonderful.
23. It's hard to teach an old dog new tricks, but it's not impossible.
24. Life is more fragile than I'd like it to be.
25. Everyone is always changing, including me. And that's a good thing.

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