Or, possibly, "Meme o'the Year"? Chris posted it, and I thought it looked like fun.
It's simple: What is the first sentence you posted in each month of 2006?
A new year, with a few somewhat warm and rainy days in Mid-Michigan. [oh, yawn! It probably looked like the following picture.]
[Hm, no posts.]
[Still nothing--what was I doing, hibernating? I think I put myself to sleep with that January post.]
Little but the grass is green here in Michigan, but it's warm enough to let the chickens run about outside during the day; they root in the flower beds and scavenge through the dead leaves, turning up moist earth as if their feet were little plows.
Btw, I got the seed stitch border idea from the "Big Bad Baby Blanket" in Debbie Stoller's Stitch'n'Bitch (pp. 187-88).
Well, why not make a toy for a fur baby that doesn't have a home yet?
I haven't been able to sit still for very long lately, so I began needle-felting some cat toys. [Oh, wow, the girls were so little then! There are some sickeningly cute kittens in this post...where'd they go? I can't resist forcing you to take a gander...]
Look what my mother-in-law gave me!
Okay, so I was only away for a few days, but I haven't posted for two weeks.
O'Kitten has been busy with a strange visitor.
So now Lily Sugar'n Cream is my new best friend.
I'm just back from York/Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.
Well, uh, gee...that wasn't as exciting as I'd hoped, but it was kind of cool to page back through old posts and pictures. I promise I didn't cheat (tempting as it was!) but I did try to spice it up with a few pics here and there. Maybe I should try working on some of my opening lines, eh?