The first line from the first post for each month of last year, as suggested by Becky68
January: Thanks to RaJ for this one. You scored as Neo, the ?One?.
Feburary: I saw this movie last Friday (1-27-06) after having my first San Diego Tommy?s burger. And I must say that this a must see movie.
March: It turns out that a lot of my visitors come from Canada and so I thought I would share this up-and-coming new resource.
April: This benediction is by Chris and is derived from Romans 16:24, 1 Thessalonians 5:14 and 5:23
May: I wanted to revive this post because it is such a good story.
June: RadioactiveJam sent this to me (because of this post) and I thought it worth sharing with you.
July: OR ?How to Kill Your Fish in 5 Easy Steps? First off, if you want to move your fish and tank from one room to another or from one home to another follow the tips found here
August: Think you know a lot about the movie Office Space? Take this quiz of 100 questions and find out how good you really are.
September: I was just at Costco and picked up all three of the original, unaltered Star Wars (episodes IV, V and VI).
October: My wife and I are going to Seattle at the end of the month (Oct. 20th -30th) and wanted to find out from all you Seattle types, what should we not miss while there?
November: 1. Name the one sport in which neither the spectators nor the participants know the score or the leader until the contest ends.
December: So, I just heard about this but apparently many Episcopal churches have been having what is commonly know as a U2Charist (U2 + Eucharist) and like many of you my first thought was? ?What the heck is a Eucharist??
What concerns me most is how dull my first lines are. The very first sentence should grab you like a passionate kiss and leave you wanting more. Instead, I bore you with qualifying statements, lame introductions and lack-luster posts. I apologize for my piss-poor posting (say that three times fast). Maybe one of my resolutions for this New Year should be to write better posts. More flare, more style, more quality content. Or I could just give it all up and go into travel and tourism.
5 thoughts on “Year in review”
I think at least a couple of your opening lines are flat-out AWESOME!
What? Me, biased?
I’m going back to check out August!
I’m afraid to see what my first lines are. I never read my own archives.
You know, you are right according to what you said on mist1’s blog… randomly hopping blogs (I like to follow back-links through comments myself) can be quite entertaining…
I may consider that “first line” excersise as well.