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Wednesday December 28, 2005

December 28th, 2005

Feebeeglee had a “year in review” game on her site. You put the first sentence of the first entry from each month together. Here’s mine:

We enjoyed a little mild celebration of New Year’s Eve, with ginger ale at midnight.
An Update on Moral Questions About Sheep
This book tells us that one angora goat can produce the wool for two pairs of cashmere socks or half a sweater.
Silkenshine flashed her stash.
Feebeeglee hooked me with up with these pictures of Ms. Rice.
Sighkey tells us that they have no White Shoes Rule in the Southern Hemisphere.
Independence Day is a fun holiday.
All of us who work in or for education know that the real beginning of the year is August.
Yesterday I was working mostly on creating alluring new vistas in the toy section.
There are about 60,000 residents in the town where I live, and we have a few thousand extra with the Katrina evacuees.
“Make more, more, more.  Slippers for every room, for everybody!”
The surgery was a success: it lives! or perhaps not exactly lives, but it is completed.

Another sort of year-in-review that I do at this time of year is checking my goals from last year. I find that I succeeded with #s 1, 2 and 7 and that they are worth repeating for this year. I also succeeded with #s 3, 6, 8, and 10, and am through with them. I did not complete #s 4, 5, and 9, and am willing to try them again. #8 morphed during the year, so that I completed something similar but not quite that. I think that I will take #8 on again. So I start my contemplation of goals for 2006 with seven goals already in place.

What if you played Feebeeglee’s game? Would you end up with an accurate year in reveiw?

One Response to “Wednesday December 28, 2005”

  1. Kali_Mama says:

    I guess I could go back and check out what I wrote on likewowmom, and then kali_mama for the last half of the year. But I’m too lazy.

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