Sunday, January 07, 2007

2006, Line by Line

I still haven't gotten around to doing a 2006 wrap-up. Is there a point where the window for doing that expires?

Meanwhile, saw an interesting little meme over at BusyMom's last week--just copy and paste the first line from your first post of each month. Here are mine...

January: So I'm a little late with the year-in-review post. What can I say. (2005 Year in Review --ah, some things never change, huh?)

February: I've read a few articles recently about the uproar in the Middle East over the cartoons published in a Danish newspaper that caricatured Mohammed (one example portrayed Mohammed with a bomb in place of a turban on his head). (On the Muslim Outrage Over Mohammed Cartoons)

March: I always love a feel-good sports story. (Like Rudy for High School Basketball)

April: As I read Randy Alcorn's newest book, Heaven, recently, I discovered another astounding picture of God's justice and God's mercy intertwined. (Just and Merciful from the Beginning)

May: Children are the most vulnerable people in the world—and God is passionate about them. (Compassion)

June: I would really like to see some statistics on just how many marriages the IWU Chorale has produced. (Match Made in Heaven (or in the IWU Chorale))

July: A little behind on this post...but on a totally unrelated note, thought I'd post a picture or two from our vacation. (Fun in the Sun)

August: To say "she was more than just a pet" is to stamp a tired, overused cliche on a dog who was anything but ordinary. But she was. (Molly)

September: Last Sunday, Steve and I had the privilege of hearing a presentation by Darcie Gill from The Voice of the Martyrs. Incredible. (Remember: You Also are in the Body)

October: Mark Lauterbach is starting up a great series on prayer. He doesn't mince words with today's post. (Why I Don't Pray)

November: I didn't think to liveblog Halloween. But if I had, it would have looked something like this. (Home Repair and Halloween)

December: NaBloPoMo is officially over--and I survived. Forty-one posts in 30 days. (Success)

The list seems pretty representative of my blog: a post about the house, posts about Compassion and Voice of the Martyrs, pictures, and quoting Mark Lauterbach :) Anyway, the real 2006-in-review post might be coming...if I get around to it...we'll see.

1 comment:

Kathy T. said...

Hey Amy... we have to turn our orders in after the 2nd or 3rd week of January... I am (thankfully) not the cookie mom this year, so I don't have the exact dates. Just let me know at kathy(dot)tyson(at)comcast(dot)net if you want to order any! :)