The first sentence of each first-of-the-month post in 2009.
January: Potatoes, carrots, parsnips with onion, garlic, rosemary and olive oil.
February: It was nice to hear from several of you that you are happy to read about whatever I decide to write.
March: And it’s snowing. Humph!
April: From our trip to the National Zoo?
May: I did this list about 3 months ago.
June: Today I needed to go through the process of getting a West Virginia drivers’ license and getting our van titled as well.
July: Every education is self-education, and as teachers we can only provide the environment for children’s self-education.
August: Those who read my blog last week about Theo’s ’special gift’ will remember the story of baby Christian.
September: How much fun is it to thrift for one’s needs?
October: Today starts my favorite month of the year.
November: The last week of October turned out to be really busy for us…hence so few posts.
December: Started on Friday, finished on Sunday (after spending way too much time on Saturday making mistakes, ripping it out and starting it back before the mistakes…)
So there is a very (very!) nutshell version of my year in review.
Positive changes were the theme for our 2009. Not only did we move from our tiny, crowded apartment in noisy, over-crowded Bethesda, we found ourselves in such a wonderful community here in West Virginia. We’ve made some connections and hope to make more in the new year.
Last year I gave up coffee and learned to knit. Though those are unrelated, I get a giggle out of the seeming connection. 🙂
This year? Who knows? I am eager to find out. 🙂
Happy New Year all. Blessings on you and your loved-ones wherever they may be.