izhilzha (izhilzha) wrote,

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My LJ's year in review...

I was waiting for December so I could do this again. :-)

List the first sentence (or two) of your first entry of every month.

January: I was going to make a terribly introspective post, but after watching Syriana (excellent film), poking around a bookstore, and stuffing my brain with season 6 Stargate, it's now midnight and I'm not awake enough to do such a post.

February: This is the only time I am ever going to say this, because I generally find it bad form to complain about the way people with opposite opinions express them--and complaining in that fashion about political views is enough to get one flame-broiled around LJ.

March: "What is too stupid to be said is sung." --Voltaire Well, this explains a lot of pop music lyrics.

April: I found a file on my computer containing the first lines of all the fic I posted during 2005.

May: Hmmm. And here I was posting so regularly for a while!

June: I know this world is pretty messed up. I see evidence of it everyday--more than I care to see, if I flip through the channels on my TV during news hour.

July: Snagged from synaesthete7, because it just looks fun. ( My LiveTrumps card: )

August: Wow, happy birthday, mistraltoes!

September: Nabbed from mistraltoes, because I know this morning at work is going to be slow/boring. Five things

October: Hey, it's a bit cloudy today, with lower temperatures (yay). I just went outside to move my laundry and it's sprinkling. Wow. That makes me happy. :-)

November: To cheat or not to cheat...that is, apparently, the question regarding this year's NaNoWriMo.

December: Relief Journal & the Faith-in-Fiction blog are teaming up to sponser a third rendition of their "Daily Sacrament" Short Story Contest.

That was a kind of wide variety. Huh.
Tags: lj, meme, real life, year in review

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