March: I took my last official, school-imposed (not that I'm complaining) Spring Break to Myrtle Beach, NC, with my amazing boyfriend and our best couple friends. There really wasn't anywhere there our age (Myrtle Beach's high point was inarguably in the '90's); however, the retired Canadians flocking our hotel provided plenty of entertainment.
May: I finished up my last semester as a UGA student (forever a bulldawg) and graduated college with an undergraduate degree in Marketing and a minor in Anthropology. While it may seem these two subjects have very little in common, it turns out that it worked miracles for me. More on that later. Several of my closest family members and friends over the years joined me for a weekend of food and partying in the historic college town, and fun was had by ALL.
June: I moved to a little south Georgia town called Dublin by means of my first assignment as a sales representative for a company who, for now, shall remain nameless. Just put it this way: it is a huge company and I love the people I work with. It may not be somewhere I stay forever, but it will at the very least be an amazing catapult into my career as a future i-don't-know-what.
September: I celebrated my 23rd birthday and received many amazing gifts, one of which being my absolute favorite and highly coveted designer sunglasses from Tiffany & Co.
November: I took my first set of vacation days from work to go visit my mom and dad in West Virginia with Cody, which was spend indulging in yummy food, relaxation and lots (and lots) of wine.
December (only 2 days ago!): A week long trip to Orlando for a business meeting through me off of my routine this month, but I seem to be getting things back together now. Cody and I spend Christmas half in Atlanta with his family and half in Tennessee with mine. Though tiring and extremely hectic, we had a wonderful time and it was absolutely perfect to see everyone. I then spent the week after Christmas (more vacation!) in San Antonio, TX, visiting my grandmother who had a mastectomy two weeks earlier due to some very rapidly progressing breast cancer. It was a week of frustrations, arguments, and laughs; oh, and once again, LOTS of wine.
New Years: Hop to this weekend and I will tell you it was one of the best I've ever had. Cody and I spent the days leading up to the big celebration lounging around our house, catching up on movies we had recorded and making homemade pizzas. We followed that little luxury up with heading back to my alma mater and spending the holiday toasting champagne at midnight in the downtown area of Athens, where, I'll be honest, I've probably spent too much time in.
So, like I said, busy year for 2011! I hope that the year upcoming brings myself and yours lots of love, laughs, and a few screw-y moments for fun's sake, and without a doubt, more blog posts!!