December 31, 2008
Formats, ME News, Vol. 1, Issue 44
Happy New Year, a little early.
Last year at this time, I hadn’t even had the first thought about a newsletter format.
I had just begun my blog adventure, timidly, I might add. Last week I decided to print out a table of blog contents just to see what I had already covered. I guess I wasn’t paying too much attention, because I was surprised to see over 210 posts. I had forgotten some of the topics I wrote about, but then again I was a little alarmed at the ones I kept repeating.
Ok, so I have some serious commuter issues where other drivers are concerned.
Ok, so I still don’t have a clue what GOD’s plan is for me
Ok, so my poetry can be a bit morose. However, in my defense, it’s been that way since I learned how to write. That’s just how those thoughts come out.
Formats are interesting. Take this note for example. My computer is going berserk as I’m trying to write tonight. Every three or four words, the new words are showing up in between the old words. I must have hit some hot key I’m not aware of. If I didn’t correct it, this sentence would look like this: Anyone have any clue how to fix this? “ If I didn’t corretencect it, this sentewould look more like this. Ho?to fic thisw sa cyone have ane ha vfix th”
Maybe it’s my computer’s new year’s resolution to try something new.
Which leads me to this:
Newer isn’t always better, especially when old was working just fine.
So here’s to the old things about all of us that we love about each other.
And here’s to a new year of learning new things and learning new things about each other, too.
Posted by jaselin at December 31, 2008 07:33 AM