things i learned in 2015:
biking to toronto takes a lot longer than taking the train, but is far more beneficial.
growth is a slow and painful process, but the outcome is worth it.
though painful at times, change is inevitable, and good for you.
jumping out of a perfectly good airplane is exhilarating.
you cant force someone to love you, or stick by you.
baseball has the ability to unite a whole city.
i spend most of my time in coffee shops.
there's nothing like a good bat flip.
things i'm still learning as i make my way into 2016:
you can't expect things from people who are incapable of giving, unwilling to give, or simply cannot give.
your own health [physical, mental, emotional and spiritual] should take priority over others.
the way people treat you has less to do with you, and more to do with them.
cancer has the ability to steer you off course if you let it.
support can come from the most unlikely of places.
things i expect this year:
i expect to move forward; to keep building my dream/non profit/ministry, to hand out a butt load of water bottles during operation hydration, to love harder, complain less, and read more.
above all else, i vow to to never stop learning, to never stop growing, and to always strive to be a better me.
happy new year, everyone.