We hopped the ferry from Seattle to Bainbridge on a foggy morning. Leaving the port we cruised to a distance that had an excellent view of the city in it’s entirety. The view was sprawling and grey as we neared the island, watching from the back deck of the giant boat.
The day before New Year’s eve we took a day trip with Brenna and Nate to Snoqualmie Pass to find some untouched water and woods. We skated on the ice, tip-toed across fallen tress, ate chex mix, and were refreshed by the cold air.
Then, later, location pulled up on his phone, Nate and I left to chase the light down before the sunset hit a rocky beach on the lake. You can’t help but have all types of mixed emotions at the end of the year. So much has happened in just 12 months and we discussed all of the transitions we went through and what was next on the horizon.
What I’ve been feeling now this this:
This is a year to be brave.
This is a year to give yourself permission to leap. This is a year to believe enough in your capabilities to move forward even if it’s scary and you don’t have all the signs.
We’re here to support you the best we can along the way, and we cannot wait to see what you do in the year ahead. Most of all this year..
Do what makes you feel alive.
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