2022, You Were Great

6:51 PM


I sat down a few times to write an end-of-year post for 2022, but the words just wouldn't seem to come. Usually, when I don't have words to talk about my life, it is because I'm very tired, which is true. 

November and December were very full months, with both ups and downs. They left me with the need for some downtime, which I'm very happy to report I'm getting this week. Let me show you a few things from the last part of my year.

The end of the year was a bit sad. My family's oldest and best dog, Luke died. We will miss him. He was the smartest dog I've ever met and a faithful companion to my sister Mikayla. Some animals get deep into your heart, and Luke was one of them.

Christmas Day, After Chrismtas with Scott's family, Scott and I went to look at Christmas lights.

Our Church's Christmas Eve Service

My youngest sister and me at the service

And my husband and youngest brother-in-law, Drew.

Earlier in the month, I had the month, I had the privilege and honor of being in my friend Kelsey's wedding. We have been friends for almost ten years and I'm so happy for her.

The biggest news... My sister, Rose, got engaged!!! I'm so excited for her and am so happy to be adding Stewart to the family.

2022 has been a very good year. There were sad moments, but mostly, it was full of laughter, joy, and smiles. I am grateful to God for all the good times this year has held, and trust him with the hard things. On to the new year!

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  1. Happy New Year, Sarah! Praying it's a wonderful year for you. <3