Thursday, January 08, 2009

2008 in review: a year of first sentences

I stole this idea from
Average Jane. Her end result, however, was much more interesting than mine (I wrote 30 posts in November and all you get is "Happy November!"). I also seem to like starting my posts with very short sentences. And I believe that I wrote about American politics far less than you would think from what you read below.

Anyway, here's my year in review, presented via the first sentence of the first post of each month.

January: I am done

February: I saw the doctor who works with my oncologist on Wednesday.

March: The world lost a major talent yesterday.

April: I have been thinking a lot lately about cancer as a chronic illness.

May: I am not even supposed to know this yet.

June: Meet Lucy (she's the furrier one, on the right).

July: A few years ago, back in what seems another lifetime, I had a co-worker who was driving me crazy.

August: 1. When it comes to John Edwards and his affair, I am just about completely indifferent. Elizabeth, however, remains my hero.

September: Today finds me faced with a dilemma.

October: I have a new post up at MyBreastCancerNetwork.Com. It will also be my last for a while.

November: Happy November!

December: According to a recent article in the New York Times, soon-to-be-Ex-President Bush is trying to ram through some changes to the Code of Federal Regulations before Obama takes office.


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