As the clock ticks down on the holiday, the blogosphere is getting less and less busy. I guess people are pushing themselves away from their keyboards spending some time with their families. And I think it’s a good idea for me to do the same. So, from now until the 27th, I’m taking a break from blogging. Or I’m going to try to, anyway.
Before I go, it seems like I should try wrapping up the year somehow. But, knowing me, if I tried it I’d probably still be writing the post when the 27th rolls around. So instead here’s a meme I picked up from several different blogs:
Instructions: Record the first sentence of the first blog post of every month this year.
Since I had a database crash in May, and had to move all my old content to a subdomain, some of what you’ll see will be over there instead. (Also, there are two posts for May, as a result.)
But here goes.
May: After yesterday’s blog disaster — during which more than 5,000 people visited here after searching Yahoo! for “zac efron shirtless,” which may have driven my database to commit hara-kari — I think I’ve just about recovered.
June: Politics has always been confusing business, rife with contradictions, but lately — when it comes to the Democratic party and policies that impact gay & lesbian families — it’s starting to turn me into something of a dizzy queen.
September: It’s Friday again, and with another three-day weekend looming on the horizon, there’s a good chance most people are on their way to their holiday destinations instead of sitting in front of a computer, reading blogs.
October: Gosh I hate it when that happens.
November: This is beautiful.
And with that, whatever you’re doing at this time of year, make it a time to spend with the people you love and to celebrate what you have.
Be safe. Be good to each other.