Twenty-Thirteen | Review

2013 was a big year for me and my family. The first part of the year was busy at work with the release of 1Password 4 for iOS.

I was ordained as a deacon at my church in February.

Then my wife and I were able to go out of country on a trip to the Dominican Republic for a week in March, which happened to be a work retreat, where I met everyone I work with for the first time.

Then the biggest event of our marriage since the birth of our son happened: we bought a house. It really is the perfect house for us as it has vintage 1940’s charm and all the modern amenities. Being a bit of a movie fanatic, my favorite part is that it has a 12-seat movie theater in the basement with vintage reclining theater seats and a concessions stand.

Promptly following that was our 6th anniversary and our son’s 5th birthday. He started Kindergarten, and we released 1Password 4 for Mac at work. Busy fall.

The year wrapped up with us hosting Christmas in our house for both my folks and my wife’s folks. And then a new addition was added to the family a couple days ago, a new niece for us to spoil.

My biggest regret with 2013 is that amongst the busyness I neglected this site too much. I haven't written nearly what I wanted to this past year. My goal for 2014 is to carve out more time to bring words here, as I do truly love it.

2013 was indeed a very big year. I can’t wait to see what is next.

Be well, dear readers. Happy New Year.