2019 was a great improvement from 2018. I experienced so many blessings and experience. Here is a recap of the 2019.
Luna– This year, we added our newest and 6th member of our family. Our Luna joined our family in February. She will be my sister’s emotional support dog but she is a part of all of us. This is a our pet. We have learned so much about ourselves. She brings us so much joy and happiness. Now I understand how attached people are to their pets. Luna is our family and she completes our family.
Reunions– With the end of the decade, this year was about looking back literally and figuratively. I attended my high school reunion this year which was not as bad as I thought. It was a fun summer day at the baseball game. High school Bianca has come a long way. Another reunion I had was former campus pastor’s retirement. I was honored to be there as a part of his legacy of ministry. I got to see friends that I have not seen in years. Both were great moments.
Two Angels– This year, Heaven gained two beauties: my dear friend, Mrs. Connie Gordon and my aunt (dad’s sister). I know they are safe in the arms of Jesus. I miss them every day but I know I will see them again
Concert Season– This year was a year of first enjoying concerts and festivals. It was lit. Shaky Knees was my first music festival EVER. My sister sang with a non-profit, Songs for Kids that deals with music therapy for kids with illnesses. It was awesome hearing her perform her original songs and killing it. Heize was my first K-Pop concert with my sister and her friend. She was so sweet and I got to hug her. AHHH!!! PJ Morton was my first STAN concert. It was a great, fun experience listening to live music and getting MY life with my sister. I just enjoyed time with my sister listening to great music and looking forward to do more next year.
The Leon’s Take Miami– Our family went south to MIAMI. It was an unforgettable vacation. We drove 12 hours there and back. We brought Luna with us. Even while on vacation, God really revealed a lot to me during that time.
New Home-To end 2019, we moved. It was a short but long process of searching, making offers, filling out paperwork, and moving. But we ended a 20 year era in our old home but it was time for a change. We are thankful to have the memories and are already making new memories in our new home. And yours truly has her own room. YES!
Celebrating 29– Well it is truly the end of an era. I celebrated the last of my 20’s in a classy way. Brunching and High Tea with friends was so much fun. It was a intimate brunch with family and friends. My family and friends know how to spoil me with love and appreciation.
All in all, 2019 brought a lot of growth, happiness, and new experiences. On to other new experiences in 2020! Excited to see what God has in store.