Not ganked from anyone this year; I just felt like doing it.Take the first line from the first post of each month, and that's your Year in Review.
: Drove up north today to have lunch and exchange gifts with my parents and brother.February
: I regret to report that Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow today, thereby predicting six more weeks of winter.March
: Days written: 21/28 (ick)April
: Clearly, I underestimated the havoc that Final Fantasy XIII was going to wreak on my writing schedule.May
: Sigourney Weaver says that Avatar lost to The Hurt Locker because the Academy wanted to give the award to a woman.June
: Regarding my flight east, I got into JFK Airport at 4am. We will say nothing more about that.July
: It's the final day of my second four-day weekend in a row. I just can't tell you how happy I was to be able to arrange this.August
: Thanks largely to the 30 Days of Writing project, not only did I catch up on the getyourwordsout
pace, I'm now ahead by over a thousand words.September
: A little song and dance from Captain Picard...October
: Yay Giants!!!November
: So I am totally cheating here and choosing my own topic to kick off daily posting in November -- I'll get started on other people's topics tomorrow, promise -- because THE SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS JUST WON THE FREAKING WORLD SERIES.December
: My brother is out from Nashville for a few days, family in tow.
Opening and closing with family, lots of writing in between, and a two-month interruption by the baseball post-season. Yeah, that's a pretty fair representation of my 2010.
*I skipped a few writing goals posts, to get a little variety in the comments. Otherwise half of these would have started with "Days Written:..."