A cool little year-end meme, courtesy of Yoko. Just write down the first sentence of the first post of every month from the past year. I promise that this will be the last meme I ever do... this year.
- January - Three resolutions and one goal for 2005.
- February - When I announced that the follow-up to my successful 52 novels in 2004 goal would be to watch 52 new (to me) films in 2005, I foolishly assumed that devoting two hours a week to watching a movie would be much easier than reading a book a week.
- March - Forget March Madness, RealBeer.com has Märzen Madness!
- April - I have let you down.
- May - That was the question on the back of a shirt I saw during the Broad Street Run yesterday.
- June - Ten Favorite Things To Snack On (via Karen) (In no particular order).
- July - We're just about ready to go downthebeach.
- August - Once again I went to my branch of the Philadelphia Library only to find that the book I wanted, the book that the library's website assured me was on the shelf, was not to be found.
- September - The Department of Homeland Security has just announced that September is "National Preparedness Month."
- October - Even if you try to avoid all the Queen-for-a-Day style home improvement shows like I do, you still can’t escape their reach.
- November - In college I once gave an oral presentation in a history class on the Amish that was researched 100% using books from the children's section of the county library (this was pre-Internets, people, it was the night before it was due, and I was desperate).
- December - With the President finally getting around to coming up with a plan for Iraq (or re-introducing his years-old plan, depending on whether you believe the report's cover - which is dated November, 2005, or its disclaimer - which says the plan is from July, 2003 and Bush was just hiding it under his mattress since then*), I think now would be a good time to revisit Ike Turner's Guide to Restoring America's Honor.
Thanks to everybody for reading, see you next year!