2017, a summary

December 29, 2017

This is the year that lasted ten years. I’ve been a bit relieved that I’m not the only one who thinks so.  So much happening, so much out of any of our control.

In an effort to head in to the new year with some momentum and positivity, I’ve made a list of good things that happened this past year. Things I need to remember to balance out the stressful and overwhelming.

Seeing the total solar eclipse. The Colorado Book Award. Being a Hugo finalist. Going to Iceland and Helsinki. Yellowstone with my family.  Bannerless. Protest marches.  Because while the reasons we’ve been inspired to march totally suck, the reality of getting out there and doing it is important and meaningful.

Here’s to a meaningful 2018.



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