Friday, January 2, 2009

Twelve Introductory Sentences.

A fun little meme. I have no idea where it started and haven't been tagged or anything. I just thought it looked like a good time while I was reading others'. So here is the first sentence from the first post of each month of 2008. The best part being the remembering part. Where I was. What I was thinking. Which is why blogging is so great. That, and my prerogative to start all sentences with conjunctions, prepositions and other inappropriate sentence starting words. :0)

January: My resolutions are exactly what they were last year.

And I didn't really achieve them again, so yay me!

February: I formulate blog posts every day at school, walking in the halls.

I don't really spend my WHOLE day thinking about blog posts. Really!

March: It's March!

Wow. Great observation, me. I can read a calendar!

April: I like to watch TV shows about keeping house.

Too bad I don't actually keep my house clean.

May: I remember being this busy last year.

There's more to the post. It's not really so boring as the first sentence would make it seem.

June: We returned for Florida this morning at about 1:15.

Ahhh, Florida. I want to go back! NOW.

July: We were at my parents' yesterday, for an Independence Day celebration in the country (pictures later).

Did I put up pictures? Now I can't remember.

August: I think that the flylady and I have broken up.

We really did. And didn't even try to reconcile. I think it's over for good. Sniff.

September: Our little B in her little nursery.

The crib post. It's still in the garage. When I want to put grandbabies in it (in 25 years) it will smell like gasoline.

October: It's not even Halloween yet, and I'm thinking Christmas.

I thought I'd be more organized this year. I wasn't. And it all worked out.

November: As the years pass us by, we remember where we've been and eagerly await what's ahead.

Years? Hmmmm.

December: We went to the mall last week for jeans (both kids are growing, what'dya know).

And saw Santa!


Well. There it is.
I enjoyed myself, looking back over the past year. You should do the same, I want to come read!

8 comments:

Beck said...

Great job! I can't believe that I've been reading you for most of 2008 - but I remember most of these posts. Huh!
Best wishes to you in 2009!

Subspace Beacon said...

Florida. Sounds delightful.

My blog is too fresh for this meme. But I'm going to start planning my next year's entry by starting all my 2009 posts with awesome first sentence.

Erm...never mind. Just realized that my first post of January has a sucktastically boring first sentence.

thirtysomething said...

Love it! I have been reading this Meme here and there, and it is fun. I might look back through my blog and see what I can come up with.

Loved your last post - the party and the great pictures. My kids love that game and now that our two-year is three, it is MUCH easier to play. (hehe) Your winter break sounds like it was just lovely.
Here's to 2009!

Aliki2006 said...

I love reading this meme, too, but I can't rouse myself to do one!

Jenifer said...

I can't believe I have read all these posts too! Happy New Year and best wishes for 2009.

Mimi said...

Ah, the memories :-)

Magpie said...

It's a funny way to look back at the year; I did it too.

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