First things first: InvisibleGirl brought us a lovely entree dish for the potluck table! You’ve still got a couple of days to share your recipes and be memorialized for all time (or the life of this blog.)
Today marks the completion of my third year of blogging, so happy blogiversary to me! I spent some time this evening revisiting my year, and I thought I’d combine a yearly summary (it was a quiet year) with a few of my personal favorite posts. (Pardon my immodesty.)
2008 Year in Review
And now for 2010:
From January: I disguised it as advice to you all, but this post was also a reminder to myself. So many of them are. Don’t let perfection get in the way of improvement
In February, I began observing my first Lent (my version of it). I’ll be doing it again this year.
In this March post, I shared 5 weight loss habits I ditched and 6 I adopted
The only big news in April was that I moved to WordPress.
Also in May, I had the wonderful experience of “rescuing” myself, something I couldn’t have done 100 pounds ago!
July rolled in with a scary happening. Again, I rescued myself, but it wasn’t pretty.
But life was still good because I scored The Most Awesome Garage Sale Find of All Time!
I also preached a little about mountain climbing.
In August, I was featured on AOL’s That’s Fit page (and survived!)
Also in August (my birthday month), I reminded those of us of the aging persuasion that it is NEVER too late to take our lives in a new direction.
While riding my bike in September, I was almost squished by a motorist. I thought it wise to post some info on sharing the road.
Also in September, I said goodbye to a long-time friend and posted some of the important lessons we could take from her life fully lived.
In November, I urged all of us to get past the weight and get out and DO things…after we put on our pants.
In December, of course, we’ve had the Virtual Holiday Potluck, which several of you have graciously attended. Thank you!
And finally, my most re-tweeted post ever: Testosterize Your Weight Loss Efforts.
The rest is mostly about sugar and such.
A quiet year, but a glorious one nonetheless. I am truly living a blessed life, and part of that is the sharing and caring you demonstrate here and through your blogs and emails. I am–as always–so very grateful to you all!
So make my run-up to the new year even MORE wonderful: tell me something glorious that you experienced this year.