Slice of Life

2021 List of Firsts

Frankly, my enthusiasm for 2021 is far less than it was about this time last year. However, in order to prove to myself that life is worth living simply for the stories, I will continue to document the first experiences as they come.

January
– Witnessed and attack on the nation’s Capitol building [Post]
– I know a murderer now? Patric Ferguson’s story [Part 1] [Part 2] [Part 3] [Part 4] [Part 5]
– Not being present for a nephew’s birth [Post]
– Completing a full D&D character bio [Post]

February
– Enjoyed the icy/snowy weather as an adult [Post]
– Writing my first D&D campaign (WIP) [Post]
– Bought a self-help book [Post]
– Used a mouth guard overnight
– Downloaded Instagram [Post]
– First time on my patio since moving in (over a year now)
– Snow angel as an adult
– Ami’s first time in the snow (she was sad and confused)
– Roof collapsing from snow [Post]

March
– Reddit link I shared was deleted
– Out in public-public during pandemic (bad, I know)
– Riding in a Tesla
– Went to Red Door and 3 Crows Bar
– On a PIP for work
– Scored “needs improvement” on my yearly evaluation for work
– Felt genuinely happy and comfortable that my brother is marrying Bria (look, it took a while and a few outings, but we finally got there)
– Purchased from Boohoo for the first time [Post]
– Purchased from Shein for the first time [Post]

April
– Found my first (and then several more) grey hairs [Post]
– First week-long vacation while in my current role (we launched Oct. 2019)
– Bought my first issue of The Atlantic magazine
– Cleaning vacuum spindle (gross, but necessary!)
– Played Easter Bunny and delivered baskets and hid eggs for the niece and nephew (so cute!)
– Bought a plant for my living space

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