This was interesting last year, so decided to do it again. The idea is to go back through 2010 and post the first sentence that I blogged each month. I eliminated the Friday Fives, and the Finding Little Big Foot Chapters, and here is what I got:
January: I've been looking at a few pictures from Haiti this morning, and I listened to a NPR report from a woman working there with World Vision.
February: Thirty nine years ago today, I walked down the aisle at the Rosewood Wedding Chapel in Burbank, California.
March: Every Tuesday I drive to the prison where my husband, Ken, is chaplain.
April: I suspect Fred Phelps is in for a big shock one of these days...
May: The 59th Annual National Day of Prayer is today.
June: Last weekend we were reenacting at the season's first "Rendezvous" camp, and Trinity came along.
July: If you look in my sidebar you will see 17 posts under the heading "Egalitarian Marriage" and 33 under "The Gender Debate."
August: Last night I watched the National Geographic channel's decomentary Witness: Katrina.
September: The kitchen/fellowship area of our church [set for "dinner with the carnys"] smelled wonderful last night.
October: October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
November: Yesterday I went shopping (and I'm not a person who loves to shop).
December: On the night presbyters laid their hands on my shoulders and prayed, the night I was "officially" a minister, something happened.