I was making my rounds on my “not so regular reads”, when I came upon an amusing post at Condi’s Hair. I thought it was interesting and was curious to see what it would give me, so… I told her that I would steal it and started going through my 2007 posts.
Below are the first sentences from the first posts of each month of this past year.
January: I wish you a day of ordinary miracles, a fresh pot of coffee you didn't have to make yourself, an unexpected phone call from an old friend, green stoplights on your way to work or shop.
February: A few weeks ago I wrote this, and last Friday our friends’ father lost his long and brutal fight against cancer.
March: Last time I went to a swimsuit shop the only thing I really felt comfortable in was the dressing room.
April: Even if it’s only been a few days, it feels like I’ve been away from Blogsville for ages.
May: I don’t know if you’ve noticed or it is only in my head, but there seems to be a certain lack of interest going about Blogsville.
June: A man walks into the street and just as it starts to sprinkle, he manages to get a taxi just as it's passing by.
July: Quick note: We are moved - it's still a construction zone and we are not connected to the internet, thus my going MIA!
August: I have a curious nature.
September: Because of my years of training in karate, I had to do some visualization prior to tournaments, to prepare for the big fights, or for belt tests.
October: Feeling like crap but happy to be back nonetheless.
November: First, I’m doing this “NaBloPoMo” thing.
December: It's strange how not posting for a few days and already I feel like it's been ages... it must be because it is right after the NaBloPoMo thing, or something...
Don’t you think it’s entertaining? Granted it’s not nearly as captivating as I thought it would be, but nonetheless it does give me a curious outlook about what went on with me last year.
A friend’s father passed away, I don’t feel comfy in a swimsuit, was away from Blogsville on a few occasions, which, I think, confirms my addiction! We moved which explained my going “cold turkey” from blogging. I admitted that I was curious and that I used to do visualisation. I also felt like crap enough to blog about it and did NaBloPoMo, as if I could forget that...
Give it a go, you’ll see; it’s surprising what comes up…