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Unlike updates to the site, events in 2014 were frequent. Weddings, baby showers, birthdays, vacations, and visits filled the year and I wouldn't want it any other way. While there's a lot to look back on this year, I can't ignore the impact work has had on my time. It's been a challenge, no doubt, but I think I'm better off for it.
Highlights of the year are probably a couple of trips we took. The first was toe Turkey, an unexpectedly beautiful place that proved to be the crossroads of most of European history. The second was a short trip to small corner of Colorado. There we did nothing but relax and play games.
I picked up a couple of interests this year. One is the notion of joint mobility. I've never been flexible, but I didn't totally understand it. After a bit of research I'm starting to understand how my body moves, where it's stuck, and why. It's not going to be easy, but I want to address it. The other interest is education. I want to teach, I'm not exactly sure how, but I currently assuming that folks could progress much further if they're exposed to the right concepts early. That is, at some point in your pursuit of knowledge, you assume that you know enough and your pursuit slows. That's ok, because it probably means you're doing something instead of just learning. However, I'd hate to think that somebody stops learning because they think there isn't anything left to learn.
Looking forward to 2015, I'd like to keep focusing on moving and teaching!