New Year Meme


Dianne tagged me for a fun meme! here are the rules:

Copy the first sentence(s) from the first blog post you made each month. Provide explanatory context if needed.

How fun! Okay, here it goes:

January 1st 2006: “Okay, as I mentioned yesterday, I wanted to post my goals for 2006 today.” I like to just get down to business.

Feburary 1st, 2006: “It’s interesting to find out that Cindy Sheehan was invited to the SOTU address by US Representative Lynn Woolsey (D-Petaluma). She (Woolsey) had this to say:”. This was commentary on Cindy Sheehan’s arrest for, basically, wearing a t-shirt.

March 5th 2006: “I apologize for my absence the past week. This past week has been crazy. First of all, I’ve been sick with the flu. Then, when I came into work on Monday and Tuesday I had to train the person taking over my job, then the rest of the week I had to get used to working at a new library.” This was the week that I was transferred to the library that I work at now. It was a crazy week.

April 4th 2006: “Now this is interesting:” Commentary on scientific explanation for Jesus walking on water.

May 1st 2006: “The bridge that serves no purpose at Cannon Hill Park.” A photograph.

June 6th 2006: “I can’t believe we are here. AGAIN.” Commentary on the neocon’s desire to create a Constitutional amendment to ban gay marriage. ugh!

July 1st 2006: “Sorry for the lack of posts this week. I’ve been so busy at work lately. We are in the throes of the Summer Reading Program.”

August 1st, 2006: “I’ve been kind of in a fog, blogwise, the past few days. Just haven’t had any motivation to post. Or maybe it’s time. I don’t know. It’s summer and I am enjoying the outdoors at the moment.”

September 1st, 2006: “We got back last night from our trip to the Washington Coast. I posted the pictures from our trip on my Flickr page if you would like to see them. We had a wonderful time! No rain! It did get a bit cold Thursday night while we were camping but nothing that a nice, cozy wool sweater didn’t cure.”

October 1st, 2006: “Dianne from Daffodil Lane just sent me a link to this article with a one-word commentary, “Ugh!” “. Commentary on an article about Banned Books week.

November 1st 2006: “AFter reading Amanda’s blog today, I’ve decided to be a participant NaBloPoMo (National Blog Post Month). You have to post something everyday in the month of November.”

December 1st 2006: “Thanks for posting this fun Meme, Dianne!
Here are my answers: ” Answers to a Christmas Meme.

What a fun meme! If you want to play along consider yourself tagged!