My (Long Awaited) End of the Year Form Letter
Here are the highlights of my year: 2006. I have not written it in the third person, or in the “form letter fairy” style as my husband dubs it. I have used the first person.
The year started with Jan. 1, just like it does each year. I probably did something to commemorate this, but I don’t remember what.
Next was February.
Then March. My birthday is in March. I think it rained too.
I taught, graded a bunch, then it was summer. We watched nice fireworks at our local spot; our usual spot quit doing fireworks, I preferred the old place, but parking was dreadful there. We got a great place to park at the new place.
Summer was hot and my son spent a lot of it bored. I spent a lot of it bored. I also complained a lot about the weather. I have more posts in July than any other month—I’ll bet most of them complain about the weather.
We skipped vacation this year, as it seemed that everyone was doing it, and we didn’t just want to be “one of the crowd.”
School started in fall, as it generally does. It did take awhile for fall weather to start, it generally does. Everybody went back to school, as they generally do. I taught and graded papers, as I generally do.
I started dance lessons, and I’m doing so well, I’m thinking of turning pro.
I ate a lot of figs. In fact, I ate probably ten pounds of figs (not all at once). I made fig jam.
I gave up coffee twice, no make that three times. I did not give up chocolate.
I became the author of an extremely successful blog (fifteen readers and counting), with relatively few misspelled words. And, I just resisted the impulse to misspell misspell. Yet another point for me.
I bought a new pair of jeans, a new bathing suit, and several tank tops—oh, and a new pair of salsa shoes.
Ha, top that all of my upwardly mobile friends!