The Year in Review-Blog Style

I stole this idea from Meagan. Here is one sentence from each month (blog-wise) from this year. Strange how looking back you can see both the serious and the silly side of me!

January
I don’t think ever, in the entire history of time, a phone conversation that begins with the words “Don’t freak out” has kept anyone from doing just that. I should know. It recently happened to me.

February
Last night I had a dream that involved my house, and two mice that spoke in alliteration the whole time.

March
Then I got to work and all it took was a “you’ll never guess what so and so did for so and so” and I find myself once again near-tears, fighting my own frustrations and insecurities and fears.

April
Spring is here in Southern Indiana.

May
Liz found a super cool pair of baby blue silk pj bottoms with bright yellow rubber duckies on them and uttered her trademark “shut your face!” (I would like to point out that I don’t think I have ever actually been SAYING anything when I was the recipient of this comment!)

June
I’m not quite sure what the world is coming to when “Dancing with the Stars” is the number one show in the country for two weeks in a row.

July
I don’t want to have to say goodbye to them, even though I know they are doing exactly what God would have them do.

August
Tim and I celebrated our 2 year anniversary on Sunday! it’s amazing. he’s amazing and I just cannot believe that he chose me and all that good stuff.

September
I have something planned for evweekendkend between now and the middle of October. (This one makes me laugh because of the horrid spelling mistake and the fact that NO ONE mentioned it!!)

October
So today I’m putting in the email addresses of a few new people and they were making me laugh…grown adults using emails like “poohlover4ever” as their primary email.

November
We’re getting married!

December:
So, the audition last night…since I know you’re all dying to know…I made two very big realizations.
1. I am a theater snob.
2. I miss the stage a lot more than I thought I did.

2 Comments

  1. I think what I find most interesting about my “shut your face” comment is that I ONLY use that with you when I’m really excited about something and you’re not saying something… Obviously it’s not a solo incident. I remember something about the discovery and purchase of Newsies on DVD before I even owned a DVD player… If I remember correctly it definitely came out then.

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