n. mid-14c., from Old French permutacion “change, shift” (14c.), from Latin permutationem (nominative permutatio) “a change, alteration, revolution,” noun of action from past participle stem of premature “change thoroughly, exchange,” from per- “thoroughly” + mutare “to change.”
CHANGES THIS YEAR
We got rid of most of our earthly possessions and stuffed what remained in our cute little Honda Fit, taking three weeks to drive across the country from Florida to Colorado via Massachusetts.
I resigned from my first big girl job. Two months later, I started a new job. Two months later, I resigned from new job. You can read about it here.
I ran my first 10k. Two of my goals for this year included running a half marathon and mastering a handstand, but then…
I got pregnant and stopped running with the new altitude adjustment and new human inside of me adjustment (birth story here). We also got our first pet: a tiger barb fish whom I named Grandma Taco. He’s like our guard dog, but in a tank of water.