- ...jumped on the boots and leggings thing. Love it. Although, I do feel quite bare in the lady junk department when wearing leggings sometime. Seriously, it doesn't matter if my lady bits are showing or now, I feel exposed. Super comfy, though, and we all know I'm ALL about comfort.
- ...let a new mister into my life, and I'm so glad I did. He was very patient, I was very crazy, and we are very happy. I mean, it's hard going from married state, to in-control single gal again, to dating again. I was scared, I was stubborn, I was scared, I was wishy-washy, and did I mention I was scared?!?!?! Well, I finally surrendered to myself. I opened the door to new Mister, and there is nothing scary about him. In fact, he comforts me when I'm scared. We fit, and I'm not sure I've ever quite fit with anyone before. I've got a super soft spot for this fella.
- ...embraced the Apple obsession. Best techie product out there. Seriously, people. Stop buying PCs! They are worthless and break! I guarantee you will end up saving money is you just buy an Apple.
- ...started drinking a little whiskey. It's still not my go-to liquor, but it's been fun venturing outside my comfort zone.
- ...started taking meds for my OCD (years ago, that is). Took me a while to surrender to this one, and I now understand why I need them. I got off them for about 6 months while living in Denton. Whoa, that was eye opening. Cried for six months straight...for no reason.
- ...went to the real music store to buy strings despite knowing my "arch enemy" would be there. We had a forced confrontation that ended on a real good note. Glad I made a big girl move, there. We rose to a common ground, and I see a much brighter future for our friendship than I did before.
- ...moved away from my hometown for a bit, and to Dallas, at that! Everyone told me to leave my bubble, and so I did when the opportunity arose. You know, Dallas is still not my thing, and I missed the shit out of the Hill Country while I was gone, and I stood out like a sore thumb up in N. Texas, but I'm so glad I made the move. The experience was good for me personally, and it was good for mine and old Mister's relationship. Even though the plan didn't pan out as originally expected, I don't regret the move or relationship one bit. It was a valuable learning experience.