Once again, this fun meme is great for the end of the year. Take the first line of each month's post over the past year and see what it tells you about your blogging year.
I found it to be quite an interesting little exercise. It very clearly shows the sort of stuff I write about here. Poems, books, quotes, farm and garden life, my animals, and pictures, with a little music thrown in. Who would think that just the first post of each month could exemplify one's blog?
January: (from a poem) Another fresh new year is here...
February: (from a book report) I wonder if all of us who write about books on our blogs have our special favorite reviews.
March: (from a book report) I didn't keep all the books from when my kids were little, but I knew that I would want to read the Melendy family series again someday.
April: (talking about a singer) I'm admitting it to the world.
May: I wanted to pass along some information regarding my cat, just in case even one person is in a similar situation.
June: (from a poem) If I might see another Spring,
July: (from a today's picture)
August: (from a quote du jour) At the height of the Nazi blitz of London in 1940, special 'raid libraries' were set up at the reeking entrances to the underground shelters to supply, by popular demand, detective stories and nothing else.
September: (from a today's picture) You might ask, why on earth is she showing a dead tree?
October: (I included the title to make sense of the first line) Not a plague of locusts, but...
... of ladybugs.
November: (from a quote du jour) I like spring, but it is too young.
December: (from a book report on a Christmas book) I've often longed to spend Christmastime in England.