2023: 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.

2022 5 minutes, 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

Here we go! The one entry that’s easy, I think? Sometimes though, maybe recency bias?

  • Going Utah and visiting the Mighty 5 (all national parks) and actually making it all the way through Angels Landing (am I afraid of heights? yes, but if I don’t look, then it doesn’t matter)
  • Seeing my sister and her kid not once, not twice, but thrice this year
  • Visiting Universal Studios for the first time since I was a kid and making it through Nintendo World, especially through single rider lines, Toadstool Cafe, and various things
  • Losing Toad at SFO, getting the call that he was found (although really it was just the item as SFPD calls it) and retrieving him a week later
  • Eating not-so-great food in Utah
  • Doing the “hike” to the “superbloom” in that beachy beach place just south of Pacifica
  • Hosting and organizing not one but two writing retreats with fellow writers—one north in Calistoga and the other in Point Arena
  • Getting feedback for my novel which encouraged me to keep going even with all the doubt that I have for myself
  • Several days when Chris went to Tahoe and left me behind, and me wondering could I survive? Of course, I did
  • Baking regularly for Writing Accountability Group
  • Reading my piece about my childlike tendencies, pregnancy stuffs, and Ho-Oh at The Racket and being told that it was meaningful

  • Walking with Jakobe throughout San Francisco while playing Pokemon Go
  • Going to the old school Muni buses and light rail trains celebration day
  • Going to the Winter Holiday (to try to buy the sweater) for BART
  • Working in the government?
  • Attending the Diane Feinstein memorial while navigating Secret Service and (barely) rubbing elbows with very important people

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