2019 | a year in photos by cici reagan | Dec 31, 2019 | addiction and recovery, lifestyle and wellbeing | 0 comments Three years sober Quayside, NCL Surgery day Post-surgery Starting my own business, Brilliant Estate Planning The coast Artists in Recovery show at Tynemouth Preparing for my first ever show Out with business friends A birthday party Best friend Two year wedding anniversary Happy Mocktails in the sun Branded mug, a gift from Si All the pills for all the pain A friend’s engagement party Putting our house on the market Drag show WWE RAW Quayside NCL Celebrating mom’s birthday Business networking How it feels. Unknown artist Bachelorette party, OBX Our first day with our daughter Baby Harley Cuddles with dad Her first bath Vet appointment PRIDE My 28th birthday 28 28 Family Love Friendship is magic Fuck the police Tynemouth UK My poetry in Newcastle Cathedral at the second AiR show The AiR reception Mother daughter Air travel Bridesmaids South Boston VA Matron of Honour South Boston UK Letter from my family Kerr Lake, NC Baby sister Yorktown VA Plaza Azteca Yorktown VA Harley and her best friend, Nina Air travel Home “I sleep here” Branding photos Gosforth UK Sun baby Blonde Whitley Bay UK Business partner Suzanne Milbourne| Wellbeing Connection The Wellbeing Connection launch event Launch event Glasgow Seeing JVN in Glasgow Glasgow Autumn walks Harley learning to love baths Halloween God kills unicorns PAWS Networking Glasgow again Street art in London The tube Iced coconut latte, the tube London Memorial orchid tattoo for my mother Jungle Harley Setting up for the North East Expo Best husband ever Nap time Squish face Ocean Zen CIC Whitley Bay Puppy love Brunch networking event with the Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation Father and daughter Selfie Christmas walk Richardson Dees Park Santa paws Face timing with my baby sister Vivian Current mood. Goodbye 2019! Share Tweet Pin Google+ Related posts:Complex-PTSD: CiCi’s Storythe time i lost my bag on the metroa tale of three citiesfood noisefilament.Count the daysCoronaThis is not a good poemAiR at the Cathedralmourn the dead Submit a Comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.