The last month of 2018 was relatively “normal” compared to the rest of the year. But definitely the coldest! It snowed and it snowed a lot. I don’t like winter and I don’t like snow the slightest. Not only because I’m not a winter person but cold is harsh for every living creature particularly for animals. So there’s no way I’d say I like winter or snow in this life time.
Anyway, we were mostly at home. You know, nexflix & chill. On the first weekend of December 2018 we went to visit Mr. T’s newborn niece. She’s adorable and giving me the baby fever! But I already have two babies and one of them turned 3 in December. My beautiful princess, our Carlita is now a big sister. We celebrated her 3rd birthday. She’s my everything.
A minor change for me is I dyed my hair. I went back to copper hair. Why? Because I needed a change and also missed having red hair and also I really like myself with this color.
We had our yearly check-ups. Everything is fine and guess what? I’m vegan more than a year and for last 4 months I hadn’t been taking any of my supplements or vitamins. I just wanted to see the situation. And it turned out that I’m the Wonder Woman. Everything is perfect except a little Vitamin D deficiency. So…
Mr. T had a 4 days off for the new year and we spent this time at home. We had the chance to declutter a little as our new mindset for the new year is “simplify”. As expected we were at home in the new year’s eve. We cooked delicious vegan food and welcomed the new year just the four of us.
During December, I’ve read 4 books: The Willoughbys by Lois Lowry, We Have Always Lived in the Castle by Shirley Jackson, Maximize Your Potential by Joseph Murphy and How to Think Like a Cat by Stéphane Garnier which was a birthday gift from my sister.
I’ve watched (and looooved and please don’t judge me) Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. We watched with Mr. T You, Narcos: Mexico and inevitably Black Mirror: Bandersnatch movie.
That was our last month of the year. 2018 over and I want to say one last things; Thank you 2018 for all the lessons you thought us. So long and thanks for all the fish!
Have a nice 2019!