Spring Break was spent in NYC with my dear choir friends; and mama as chaperone. (:
I went to Prom with my best friends; good friends, good food, lame dance, but I did wear my converse, which was fun.
SHOWTIME 2010 Choir Show was epic, as usual, and I sang a duet with my dear Krista.
I graduated sixth in my class.
I performed my senior solo for my dance recital to Matt Wertz's "I Will Not Take My Love Away," choreographed by my dear friend, Ashley.
My little cousins turned nine and five. <3
Arts Quest 2010 and Come to the River let me spend a week with my very dearest.
I went back to Boone, and Asheville; these are two of my favorite cities in this country.
I moved to Dallas and started my freshman year at UTD, where I met new friends, took the train into the city to visit museums and the symphony, and had a pretty thrilling four months.
I went to Camp Eagle with the Baptist Student Ministry and slept in a glorified chicken coop.
My cousin, Sarah, got married in Boerne, and I think her wedding decorations were my favorite that I've ever seen. I made the mistake of wearing one of my A&M shirts to the rehearsal dinner and had to explain many times that, "no, actually, I go to UTD, I just like A&M, too."
Our old friend Gregg got married in Round Top, which was about the best wedding location I've ever been to, and also marked my first long drive that I actually DROVE.
I performed a modern improv piece with my dance class at school, on the mall area of our campus.
I made Christmas trees to brighten up our apartment!
I packed up to head home for Christmas.
We went back to Boerne and San Antonio to visit with family who'd traveled from both North Carolina and California, including a cousin I hadn't seen in at least ten years. <3
I went out several times with various friends and my mom to look at Christmas lights.
On Christmas Eve, my family sat around the kitchen table and played Careers, one of our favorite board games.
We celebrated Christmas together! <3
Mom took Shaniqua and me to shop after-Christmas sales.
God painted the most beautiful sky for me to drive home to after babysitting.
2010 was certainly a great year, and I expect 2011 to be even better. Happy New Year!