Via Melanie, a template for a year-in-review post:
Post the first sentence of your first blog post of each month. You can also add a favorite picture from each month. (I think I posted pictures 2 or 3 times total this year, so I'm skipping that part.)
Scott's latest put me in mind of a post I've been wanting to write for a while.
*Exhales* I've made it to another Friday afternoon more or less intact, although I think my pride took a bit of a beating on the Anthropology quiz this morning.
This might be a boring post, dear patient readers, but I want to write it down before I forget.
Jesus said to him, “Have you come to believe because you have seen me? Blessed are those who have not seen and have believed."
Lately I have been having a hard time with discerning what God wants me to do with my life.
Well, my dear readers, I just emerged triumphant from my Honors final and am too euphoric to start studying for Anthropology, so I am going to grace you with a post.
Life has been hitting me hard these past few days.
How have you been, dear readers?
The Sister, the Little Princess, and I watched Enchanted for the second time yesterday (okay, so it was LP's first time).
Yesterday at Principles of Biblical Studies (henceforth referred to as PBS), we had a very interesting discussion of Genesis 2.
...do you have two people spontaneously start chanting in Greek and the other two join the chant in Latin.
Morgan: "Megan, I have a question for you."
Morgan: "Oh, that's a cool name."
I think May's is funniest, October's is most incomprehensible without the post title, and November and December are amusingly similar. (I have a very quotable roommate, apparently.)