DXMachina (dxmachina) wrote,

The Year as a Meme

First line of the first post from each month in 2007:

January — Am feeling particularly geniussy today.
February — With all due respect to certain nimrods in the House, it seems to me that the best way to support our troops would be to get them the hell out of harm's way.
March — China has defriended EVERYONE on LiveJournal...
April — March went out like a lamb leaving a lovely sunny morning in its wake, so I decided it would be a good day go for the first ride of the season. [note: little did I realize...]
May — Walked into work yesterday to discover that our site had been hacked.
June — Vacation is ended; now it's just the weekend.
July — After losing ten gorgeous potential riding days to shifter replacement and the air show (including requisite preparation for visitors and post show recovery), I've managed to get back into a decent routine with the new bike.
August — 'Cause I got to 500 first...
September — Twenty-four miles tonight, bringing me to 101 miles for the week.
October — I've taken to reading books on my Palm, and I seem to be reading faster and with more comprehension.
November — Some posts by casperflea and ww1614 about kids and bicycles a while back got me reminiscing about my first bike, and then about the other bicycles I've owned and ridden.
December — It's snowing out. Shoot me now...
Tags: meme

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