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Tuesday, December 30, 2014

2014 in Photographic Review

I know all of y'all are going to be reading this a lot in the last week of 2014 - but I can't believe this is the last week of 2014! It feels like January 1, 2014 was yesterday and now it's December 30, 2014. Thinking back on the past twelve months of my life, now I can see why Hootie and the Blowfish wrote in 1994, "can you teach me about tomorrow all the pain and sorrow running free? But tomorrow's just another day and I don't believe in time is wasting, time is walking, you ain't no friend of mine, I don't know where I'm going, I think I'm out of my mind thinking about time."

To share my 2014 with all of my loyal and new readers of Musings of a Creative Writer, I wrote a 2014 yearly newsletter. I learned a lot about myself this year - I learned how to become a stronger person despite setbacks and the importance of taking small steps to accomplish the bigger picture. Along with many adventures I took this year and the journey to establish myself as a published writer, I had a lot of fun this year as well.

To make my 2014 even more sharable, I put together a timeline of pictures of the adventures I took in 2014 along with other things that happened:

So how about you? How did you spend 2014? What do you hope for 2015?


  1. That would have taken me a full day to put that together! I liked you and the snowman, and the big graduation shot. I didn't go to either of my graduations. A blog post maybe.

    1. At my old 2nd job that I had in college, my job was to teach Microsoft Office and write the how to manuals. Needless to say, I taught Powerpoint. Although I did have an issue of turning that Ppt into a video for a good 15 minutes. I had to exit, then compress again and it worked.

      You should make a post! I graduated college in 2013 and high school in 2008. I don't have many of the pictures left since I deactivated Facebook. :X I was thinking of bringing it back to get the pictures and then deactivate it again. I enjoyed my cousins' graduations and parties, though!