See you later, 23!

On Monday (December 16th), I turned 24.  That’s right…24.

I can’t believe it’s been a year since I celebrated my 23rd birthday. So much has happened this year that I don’t think I’d be able to capture it all in a single blog post (good thing for all those other posts). But, I’m going to try and list out some of my favorites:
1. Watching my sister get married and being her maid of honor.
2. Watching Alabama win the BCS National Championship.
3. Snow day in Tuscaloosa!
4. Celebrating my one year anniversary with Alex by going on a cruise to the Bahamas.
5. Watching Dunk City come to life during the NCAA men’s basketball tournament.


6. Being in the ultrasound room when my sister found out she was having a girl.

7. Going to my first craft brewery. I’ve been a craft beer lover ever since!

8. Seeing Lee Brice, Chris Young and Brad Paisley in Tuscaloosa.

9. Graduating with my master’s degree and being back with my boyfriend.

10. Marley Shai Johnson.  In September, my sister gave birth to her first child, Marley Shai (she also happens to be my first niece). She has brought so much joy to my life in such a short period of time, and I miss being able to see her all the time.

11. Landing my first job. It’s been nearly a month since I started working with ITVantage, and I’m so thankful for the opportunity I was given.

12. Painting and re-organizing the condo and making it “ours.” It feels nice to come home from work every day and feel at home.

13. Experiencing seasons while living in Tuscaloosa. You don’t get that in Southwest Florida.

Twenty-three was a great year, but I can’t wait to see what the next year of my life will hold. If it’s anything like the past, it will be filled with ups and downs…but I wouldn’t want things any other way.

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Christina Bockisch is a passionate advocate for mental health and believes that sharing her story is the best way to help break the stigma surrounding mental illness. When she's not writing for her blog, Christina enjoys participating in mud runs, spending time with her dog, baking cookies and watching Harry Potter or Star Wars marathons on TV.

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