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2013 Yearbook

This year has been an interesting one to say the least.

As I entered my twentieth year of life on this planet in 2013 I have struggled with facing the realization that I am in fact an adult. In the short span of 365 days I have made many mistakes and somehow learned to stand back up on my own. The pessimist in me feels as though this last year could be summed up as the year of trips to the airport, all-nighters in the library, diets, and anxiety attacks.

Despite a slightly higher stress level 2013 may have been one of the best years of my existence. My year has consisted of countless adventures, a plethora of selfies, and way too many food pictures for my own good.

There was that one time I spent two weeks with dear old dad in DC this summer. The entire two weeks consisted of the museums, antique shows, and realizing I am way too much like my dad for my own good.

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Then there was that camping trip to upstate New York with my mom where I stayed in a trailer, got chauffeured by a 13 year old with a truck, and worked at a motorcycle convention.

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And of course all of those little adventures throughout the year on weekends and afternoons

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How could I not include all the doodles, food pictures, and selfies in between?

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Thanks to all of my beautiful family and friends for a pretty badass year.

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