I don’t write a Christmas letter, but I write a Year letter. One I stuff in an envelope and reopen again only on New Year’s Eve (I’ll do just that in a few hours), and one to share just with you. A bit longer than a tweet or a Facebook post, a bit shorter than, say, a book. =)
Dear 2015, you’ve been unexpectedly amazing in oh-so-many ways…
// January //
// February //
// March //
I killed my phone. I also drove to see my sister Sarah. I love how we talk Jesus and boys and books and theology until 2am (and longer). Seriously, thank a wise voice in your life today.
// April //
// May //
I traveled to NC again to see Sarah and go to Biltmore for the first time (Downton exhibit = gorgeous).
// June //
// July //
This summer, I read and reviewed some amazing books…
// August //
I had my first book signing! And my first bookstore signing!
// September //
I talked a bit about how I paid off my college debt the summer after I graduated.
// October //
// November //
Thanksgiving and oh-so-much to be thankful for!
// December //
Christmas came and went, but this Truth came to stay…
Want to read my announcement of 2016’s Word!?