January was a very cold month with a ton of snow and ice. This kept me in doors for most of the month.
It started to warm up a bit, and began having more adventures and trips to the gun range.
March was a very active month. Tons of adventures and a weeklong stay in Austin for SXSW interactive. I hope I can make it to Austin this year for part of the 2011 SXSW, might just be a weekend trip.
April was a very relaxing month, full of adventure. This was taken at an arts and crafts fair in Lubbock, at the Civic Center I believe.
May was spent getting things ready and planning. I had not decided on if I was staying in Lubbock or moving to San Antonio. By the end of the month I had a plan in place.
June was the beginning of the end for my time in West Texas, I checked off items on my list. Places I had always wanted to go. Things I had always wanted to do.
July was a last hurrah for friends new and old. There where plenty of adventures like this one to Palo Duro canyon, and all over Lubbock.
August was by far my most stressful month. I found my self unemployed in a town with few connections; even though it was my home town. I spent my time seeking a new job or trying to figure out how I was going to afford going to school again.
It also found me back in El Paso visiting family. I had not been in El Paso since High School, so it was great to be there to visit friends and family.
Having finally found a job, it was time for a little relaxation.
I went down to Rockport for a long weekend of fishing. I need to make a followup trip to Rockport.
October was a slow and easy month. A few small adventures, but really just spent figuring out my new role at Clear Channel.
November was the month I pushed myself beyond my limits. First there was the Rock and Roll Half Marathon, then there was the Warrior Dash. In a two week time period I walked 16 miles and leaped over fire.
December brought the end to a lot of projects mixed with several adventures.
But above all else, there were my friends