I gained: a husband.
I lost: someone who claimed to be my friend for the past twelve years.
I stopped: wearing glasses because I had LASIK in January.
I started: thinking more about my future.
I was hugely satisfied by: the choices I made in terms of my wedding.
And frustrated by: the people that gave me hell for those choices.
I am so embarrassed that I: am still so upset over the actions of a fake friend.
Once again, I: did what I wanted to do, when I wanted to do it.
Once again, I did not: save any money.
The biggest physical difference between me last December and this December is: I don't wear glasses and I have purple hair.
The biggest psychological difference between me last December and this December is: nothing.
I loved spending time: with my family and friends.
Why did I spend even two minutes: crying over things I couldn't control.
I should have spent more time: paying attention to the shadiness going on.
I regret buying: nothing.
I will never regret buying anything I did for my wedding or honeymoon even though with that money I could have probably bought myself a new (to me) car.
I cursed way too much.
I didn’t care enough to stop doing so.
My coworkers drove me crazy.
The most relaxing place I went was to Greece on my honeymoon.
Why did I go to the extra excursions, I should have forced Justin to let us explored on our own.
The best thing I did for someone else was pretend to be nice to someone they care for.
The best thing I did for myself was take "mental health" days from work when I needed them.
The best thing someone did for me, was marry me.
The one thing I’d like to do again, but do it better, travel.