Greatest discovery ever.
Let's see... I saw Elton John in concert (my first concert might I add), got the part of Wendy in a production of Peter Pan, and found the most amazing group of friends and not to mention my best friend!<3 (I have a lot of trouble finding a social life away from the internet in this sports(no not quidditch) crazed small town I live in... and in my high school of only 140 students I'm very much the odd one out.)
This wasn't the best year of my life, but those three events are some of the best in my life so far. = ]
I can't think of anything from the top of my head right now, but i joined nerdfighers ! :D best thing ever...so addictive
This year I got my first real job during one month of the summer, I became a ningmaster and a moderator on another site, started to read more books than I have been doing during my whole life and so much more.
Not the best year but it was still awesome!
This year, I read Mockingjay in nine hours, became a nerdfighter, jumped off a really big rock into a lake, joined the quiz bowl team, and survived the first half of my freshmen year.
This year, I applied to colleges, decided to focus on the pursuit of the things that are most important to me, fell in love with Oxfordshire, and was serenaded by an all-male collegiate a cappella group. It was a good year.
I started playing DnD with an awesome group of guys, I started college, and I got my first boyfriend ever. :3 Oh, and I became a nerdfighter. <3
I started University, I travelled around Europe for two weeks with £800, I learned to play the Ukelele and I almost tidied my room. I'm most proud of the last one.
I started University and a Youtube Channel. I went to the Czech Republic and found reasons to call New Orleans home.
I finally admitted to myself that I need counseling, and have made an appointment to see a therapist.
And I'm starting to be happy again. I'm on the up and up, I think.
This year I got to know wrock and I became a nerdfighter =D
I transferred to a different university because the old one sucked. There were always the same boring people (the course was really small, only around 70 students per year) in the same boring classes, it really depressed me. At my new university, I meet loads of awesome people who actually like what they are studying and also have a broader range of classes I can take. And there's a local D&D group who is patient with a newbie like me :)