2008 – The Year In Review

New Year’s is that season of looking back to assess and looking ahead to make goals and plans. I’m doing this for school and work and it seemed appropriate to do at least a review of my blog in 2008.

It’s a fun way to see how I blogged the year. And it is noteworthy that in 2008 I blogged the most I ever have… 291 posts!

If you’d like to play, here’s what you do… take the first sentence of the first post of the month… and see if you notice any pattern or common theme.

I’ve linked you to the post, if the sentence intrigues you.

January
Look out! The mothership has landed!

February
Well, first, you have to understand what has happened to the American brain.

March
I knew this week’s schedule would be draining.

April
I finished reading Gracism by David Anderson last evening and have been mulling it over all day.

May
I turn not because you push me but because I want to move and face the change.

June
WHEN: July 12, 2008

July
There are moments…

August
Pre-GPS days, I would play “radio roulette” and just keep punching the “search” button on my FM radio.

September
Is it possible to sprain your brain?

October
SOooo… this makes me stop and think and believe for all of the “orchard possibilities” in my life, and where God may “plant” me in the future.

November
John Ortberg in The Life You’ve Always Wanted talks about ‘hurry sickness.”

December
There’s a virtual Advent Retreat going on over at RevGalBlogPals today…

It’s been a year of growth and change — all for the good, though at the time the painful parts truly sucked…

Here’s to what GOD intends for 2009. I’m ready!

Deb

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