2022: Moments

Imagine you will completely lose your memory of 2022 in five minutes. Set an alarm for five minutes and capture the things you most want to remember about 2022.

2021 5 minutes, 2020 5 minutes, 2019 5 minutes, 2018 5 minutes, 2017 5 minutes, 2016 5 minutes, 2015 5 minutes, 2014 5 minutes, 2013 5 minutes, 2012 5 minutes, 2011 5 minutes, and 2010 5 minutes

Sometimes I wonder if this is my favorite end-of-the-year entry…

  • Riding around Amsterdam on bike
  • Speaking at UX Insights Festival in Breda and getting paid/comped to do that
  • Flying business class to Amsterdam
  • Not sleeping in first class back from Amsterdam
  • Having that incredible delay to Amsterdam
  • Attending Kenyon writers workshop
  • Attending Tin House writers workshop
  • Attending Rooted and Written workshop
  • Publishing the Sisterhood podcast and writing
  • Finally getting that forthcoming essay published
  • Getting so much of my novel done
  • Visiting Sedona and doing so many hikes
  • Eating that peach pizza in Sedona
  • Spending time with Jakobe, aka babysitting and he seemed to enjoy it
  • That pregnancy thing
  • That breast thingie
  • Telling a coach that I had all these things planned for the summer
  • And then being told, wait really?
  • Enduring that tornado storm in Ohio
  • Getting a free stay in Seattle on the way back from Ohio
  • Getting the new RAV4 with no markup!
  • Having not one but two fancy anniversary dinners
  • Birthday celebration, my 40th!, at Swanton Berry Farm with yo lady!
  • Doing a holiday video so late
  • Seeing Chris happy with his coworkers
  • Seeing Everything Everywhere All At Once
  • Still masking! And not catching covid, despite all those things
  • Being told that things from my novel really were that good
  • Joining the Ruby
  • Doing the ice cream thing at that fundraiser

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