“Take the first line of each month’s post over the past year and see what it tells you about your blogging year.”
Now, here goes …
“You may recall that a few weeks ago I was reorganising shelves and boxes of books, and bringing my LibraryThing records up to date.”
“I keep meaning to write posts, to answer comments and emails, to visit other blogs, but life keeps distracting me.”
“I didn’t mean to disappear for so long, but I’ve been up in the attic.”
“Summer is fading, the temperature is dropping, and the evenings are drawing in.”
“I wondered for a while what to give to Verity and Ken on this, the day of their marriage.”
“Last year I was both charmed and moved by Elizabeth Speller’s first novel, The Return of Captain John Emmett.”
“The self-service mailing machine was out of order – again.”
“It appeals greatly to the logical side of my mind that the book I am writing about for P in my Crime Fiction Alphabet was published as a green Penguin.”
“I am a little disorientated.”
It’s Been a Strange Week.
“When Katherine of Gaskell Blog extended an invitation to a group read of The Moorland Cottage I was delighted and, I must confess, a little surprised.”
“I was going to be terribly organised today and write a reading resolutions post, but my brain is saying no, it really doesn’t want to think that hard.”
I think I have to conclude that I am maybe a little preoccupied with attics and reorganisation. Revealing my inner accountant maybe!