1. My admission as an attorney.
2. Returning to Ireland, and the moment I had my first drink.
3. The moment I found out Nelson Mandela had died.Coupled with the day after when my colleagues and I went to the house. The scenes there were incredible.
4. Being lost in Brussels for 5 hours all on my lonesome.
5. Pepe Reina waving at me (and Charne)
6.Sitting at the Moses Mabida stadium for the Liverpool Legends game thinking, if this is how incredible the atmosphere is here, thousands of kilometers away from Anfield, I can only imagine what it feels like to be at Anfield during a game.
7. Justin Bieber's concert - the whole day was crazy and a once off experience.
8. Arriving in Hamburg and thinking "WHAT WERE YOU THINKING COMING TO COUNTRY WHERE YOU DO NOT SPEAK THE LANGUAGE ALL ALONE?" Thank goodness for nice people on trains who speak English!
9. Leaving Juls and Oli at the train station in Mainz. I remember feeling so grateful and excited but scared for what I had experienced in Germany and what would still come.
10. Resigning from my job and the reception from my colleagues after that was humbling.
11. Leaving Ireland, I was so grateful that I had no one next to me on the flight because I cried a lot more than I would have ever expected.
12. Uptothemoon, after her last win, when she was upset with me and she was so angry.
13. Family moment montage, from my mom's 50th to family picnics to music shows... great food, joking around to walking on the beach.
While I cannot lie to you and tell you this year was perfect or even great I can tell you that this year I achieved incredible things. I had so many moments wherein bringing it down to 13 was extremely difficult. However, I also closed a lot of unopened chapters this year which can only excite me about what 2014 holds.This year was difficult and challenging but I can say I have made it through and I am thrilled that I get another chance at trying again in 2014.... What will you do to make a difference in 2014?
What was your moment of 2013?
Have a great New Years Eve... and I'll see you next year!