I saw this idea over at Miss*R's blog Stories from Villa Maria and thought it might be a fun thing to try.
Today's post is a composite of the first line of each month's first blog post from January to December, 2010! The result is a bit of a dog's breakfast, as you will see, but here we go:
Despite her posh name, Her Royal Highness has always been a bit of a gypsy cat at heart.
Now, I'm not the biggest sports fan in the world but for the past 2 weeks I have been glued, SIMPLY GLUED, to the TV set watching the 2010 Olympics from Vancouver.
I got back from the hospital yesterday.
Every year around this time, my Rare One waxes poetic and recites (seemingly incessantly) a little verse that she learned during her youth on the Canadian prairies:
Hurray, hurray, the first of May!
Outdoor screwing starts today!
My favourite time of the year is here -- GLBTTQ* Pride Month! *Gay Lesbian Bisexual Transgender Two-Spirit Queer, for those of you who read that and thought of another set of initials -- WTF? -- instead.
We Canadians are a hardworking and industrious people much like our national symbol, the Beaver.
As a blogger, I've been taking it pretty darn easy for the past couple of months: not writing a lot, just swiping LOLcat gags off the interwebz and reposting them here, maybe sticking in a video or two for variety, etc.
The popularity of walking a labyrinth as a spiritual exercise has enjoyed an amazing resurgence over the past 15 years or so in both the Pagan and Christian communities.
in the labyrinth!
The Wheel of the Year has turned again.
Tonight is the first night of Hanukkah and the lighting of the first candle.
Reading over this composite, I've realized two things: (1) I can sometimes write amazingly run-on sentences and (2) this post makes as much sense as some of the single-topic posts I've written! Oh oh.