Saturday, December 30, 2006

2006 in review: the year of the shoulder

is 2006 really over? does that mean that this decade is nearly over? holy out-with-the-old-in-with-the-new!!

to recover from this shock, i will now present to you, dear readers, namabanana's

stuff that happened in 2006

i suggest you do the same to ease any pain you may be encountering, as opposed to singing "auld lang syne" (the only time that helps is if you just so happen to be in a jimmy stewart movie holding little lulu and suddenly realizing that your life is, in fact, wonderful.). it's quite simple, really. first, steal this idea from your best friend. second, open up your first blog written in each of the past 12 months. third, post the first line from said blog. fourth, you now have your very own blog-in-review for 2006! and now...

stuff that happened in 2006

january: and now we interrupt your regularly scheduled blogging for a plea:

february: and now for something completely different...the llama song.

march: happy 1 year and 1 month blogaversary namabanana!

april: remember last year when i started counting down the number of days until i left for italy?

may: i have a japanese woodblock calendar.

june: this one time...a boy called to ask me out.

july: i think america pretty much had the best birthday ever yesterday (at least in my book).

august:

september: i almost got myself killed the other day.

october: just two thoughts:

november: i'm gonna take my broom and sweep all of the dirt out on the street

december: World AIDS Day is today.

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huh. that wasn't as exciting as i thought it'd be. eh, whatev.

so...how was your year? (it has honestly got to be more spectacular than mine...seriously.)

3 comments:

  1. Your year was way cooler than mine if only for the first line of September's post. Happy New Year, doll, don't get too wasted, and remember it's "More Than a Feeling!"

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  2. Happy New Year! My year was supremely boring.

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  3. june 2006: "this morning i put my groceries in my car and then put my cart in one of those parking lot, cart returny things because it's one of my top pet peeves when people leave their shopping carts all helter skelter so you can't get into a parking space, or you do but you end up scratching your car on the cart because, for the love!, you're a driver and NOT a magician who can also sit in a block of ice for 17 days and guess the number that you, the viewers at home are thinking of, am i right?"

    master of the run-on sentence.

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