Thursday, July 19, 2007

One Year of Blogging: A Look Back

Since I've been blogging for a year now, I thought I'd look back over the past 12 months and review a life that must be extraordinary if it's worth taking up all this space on the internet.

July 2006: Let's see...I started writing in a blog, watched the Tour de France, and looked at some stuff on the internet.

August 2006: I drank a lot of wine, ate some sushi, listened to some music, shared my embarrassing intestinal issue, and looked at some stuff on the internet.

September 2006: I drank a lot of tequila and had my photo taken with an awesome mustache, got pissed off about a bunch of stuff, did my civic duty as a juror - which also pissed me off, and I tried to dry a pair of panties in the microwave

October 2006: I went to Ohio, my cat's butt exploded, and I listened to some music - only live this time

November 2006: My lung kind of collapsed, I tried to go shopping at a thrift store but it was closed, and I knitted some stuff.

December 2006: Someone peed on the toilet seat where I work, I drank a lot of wine, ate some sushi, Christmas came, and I took pictures of it.

January 2007: New Year's came, and I took pictures of it, I jogged a little bit, and that's about it.

February 2007: I didn't really like my job, I had a touch of the hypochondria, I knitted some more stuff, The Husband fell down, and some people laughed at me when I tried to buy him a cane.

March 2007: I knitted some stuff, I drank too much in public, and The Husband and I decided to buy a house.

April 2007: I knitted some more stuff, some guy I used to work for pled guilty to something, and The Husband and I bought a house.

May 2007: I watched too much television, and I developed a need for psychoactive drugs.

June 2007: I took pictures of my cat, my lawn needed mowing, I saw a weird guy, The Husband and I had an anniversary, and I didn't have a mental breakdown.

Wow! I sure am glad I bothered to publish all that for the world to see. Keeping all this awesomeness to myself would be a crime.

1 comment:

Traivor said...

You're leaving it all out there so the rest of us don't have to. Keep it up.