the first 2007 wrap up of many i’m sure

I just did this on LiveJournal and I had so much fun reliving my incredibly awesome rockstar on a budget type lifestyle, that I wanted to do it here, too. Basically, you go your archives and post the first couple of sentences from each month.

January: This Near Year’s Eve was spent with the girls and we’ve decided we’ll now call ourselves Vajayjay, even though we’re not sure how to spell it. Although, I may have just verified it with the always reliable Urban Dictionary.

February: Last call for truffles, my friends. Tomorrow night’s the end of the hawking of the truffles.

March: I’m kind of embarrassed to admit this, but I’ll do it anyway, just for you guys. I love me some a shopping blog or two. I have a whole category on my RSS reader full of ‘em.

April: Hello. I have returned. I may have left parts of my nose and ear lobes that have peeled off, but it was worth it.

May: Some kid just called my dog “That Crazy Motherfucker”. It was so hard for me not to laugh – is that wrong?

June:  Awesome: In the last few days, I’ve purchased two plane tickets (one to St. Louis in July and one to Fort Lauderdale next January) and started working on reservations for Awesome Cruise: 2008.

July:  I have two things for you right now, because I’m still working on uploading pictures from this weekend and writing the most awesome recap in all of the land.

August: I stole both of these pictures from Jenni, but it’s mainly because I can’t take pictures of myself being this awesome. I also wanted to show you all my awesome hair that I’ve been raving about for a good month now. (I’m like a gay boy, Cindi says, because I carry my hair wax everywhere I go. I can’t help it. Sometimes my hair gets floppy when it should be stiff. Shut up.)

September: I’m not a huge fan of Halloween, and I don’t think I ever have been. Yeah, last year, I dressed up as an entirely inappropriate and fictional superhero, which landed me the Best Overall Costume Award, but mainly I just went to the party to be able to drink copious amounts of alcohol while wearing a cape and a swim cap. Trust me. You’d do the same thing.

October: Remember that challenge from last week that I was going to take Jenni upon that involved posting every day for a whole month? Hi, failure, it’s me, Wendy, again! I’m going to start over today, because it’s a whole month and easier for me to keep track of, or something like that!

November: You know how my dog’s really damn cute, right? Of course you do.

December:  Not that there was any doubt on whether I’d have time to do it, but I’m happy to say I successfully completed NaBloPoMo by posting every day before I went to bed in November. What you also may not know is that I posted every day in October, too, but only as my own personal challenge. It brings me great pleasure to find Holidailies – posting every day from December 1 – January 1! Hooray for 31 more days of me IN A ROW!


Man. It’s too bad my Livejournal one was about five thousand times more exciting… mainly because it’s SECRET.

One Comment

  1. Hi Wendy,

    Just found your post through Holidailies and just LOVE this idea! Too bad I’ve only been writing for 3 months, so there’s not really any point in my trying it. But your recap was highly enjoyable and amusing! (Oh, and if you like memes, I was just tagged for one–please feel free to join in).

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