This is a meme floating around: Listing the first sentence of the first blog post of each month of 2007. I am not going to include other people's writing quoted here (like Friday Five intros). Enjoy!
January: Ok, here it goes:
February: Well, let's see.
(All right, this isn't very interesting so far...these are both the start of Friday Fives.)
March: In Hebrew class this morning, we were talking a little bit about "mystery" and how sometimes letting there be no clear answers is okay.
(That's more like it!)
April: Oh, this is so where I am right now -- and what I hope I am trying to live --
May: So, apparently I make children cry, AND piss off little old ladies.
(Ooh, remember that?)
June: Some of my seminary buddies and I talk about the slump we feel when the quarter is over -- after ten weeks of rushrushrush, writewritewrite, processprocessprocess (if you can), thinkthinkthink, there is this quite discernible collapse for several days after the quarter is done.
July: Howdy, everyone! Welcome to the new Window!
August: Remember this paper?
September: This was our near-to-last stop before we head home tomorrow: (photo) The rest of the trip has been just as fabulous!
October: Division Series Playoff Schedules!!
(Technically this is the second post...the first post was a quote from someone else).
November: Once again, Tess provides the best in video entertainment --
(Also a second post...)
December: Sometimes I wonder if my sermon-writing process must include at least one utter crisis of confidence.
Hmm...Mundane, sublime, painful, joyful, mystical. Sounds about right.
Happy New Year, everyone!