I'm still on vacation, but beginning to miss blogging, so here's my minimal effort post to get things rolling again: a recap of 2006 via the first line from each month's first post.
January "I have one of those friends (who I think we all have) who you'd really really really love to hate, but can't."
February "Yeah, I'm timely like that."
March "It seems that the last (and, surprisingly unmentioned) phase of rotavirus is ATTITUDE."
April "I'm pretty sure I've committed some sort of faux pas in the spelling of my title, but you'll forgive me - French isn't my language."
May "It's true that no decision is, in itself, a decision."
June "My Mother-in-law has been here for just over a week."
July "My Friday night out with the peeps was Fan-freakin'-tastic."
August "I've just sumbitted a couple of query letters to literary agents."
September "I've been busy making trips to stare at this little fellow."
October "Did you ever notice how this "being a grown-up" gig comes with all sorts of big decisions?"
November "No one told me that trick-or-treating with a sleep-deprived 21-month-old could be so MUCH FUN!!!"
December "When we went to my grandma's 90th birthday party, we sprung for the two-room suite."
What we've learned is that I very rarely make direct entrees into my posts, preferring an obtuse approach. That, and that 2006 was a blessedly uneventful year.