Saw on Therese's site Aussie Coffee Shop and will give it a try.
How to Play. 1) Look back to your archives for 2008.) Collect the first sentence you wrote every month for the whole year. (This doesn't have to be the literal first day of the month--just the first post.)3) Entertain us on your blog, link back here, and post a comment here with the link to your blog. (And if you're blogless, just remember the first sentence you spoke every month for the whole year and post it here.
Here Is my contribution.
January Do you remember this picture, those "neolithic-looking" rocks, that I thought were so ugly,The Traveler is Home? Link
February I would ask you all to visit Kathleen at The Daily Grotto for the entire story but needless to say this young lady, Melissa, is in need of our prayers. Link
March By e-mail I got an update from China Little Flower and the work Shannon Walsh is doing for those unfortunate children she works with. Link
April We sometimes forget that there is more to Easter than the celebration of our Lord's Resurrection Day. Link
May Simply put, this is a day in which we can all come together in communion with all faiths to pray for the "health" of our nation. Link
June I was wondering what I was going to say after I had posted The Last Lecture. Link
July I've been tagged again. Link
August mother cradles child,,, she caresses her with love...that's what mothers do. Link
September It time for the most recent newsletter for China Little Flower. Link
October When it's your one of your namesakes feast day you find ways to celebrate. Link
November Well, wouldn't you know? Link
December Even with viruses going around everywhere, it seems that one never expects the one you rely on heavily to get one. Link
Well, as you can see. I had quite a year. The blessing about doing this MEME is that I had the time to reflect on the year by not only going to the 1st post of the month, but also stopping by to read some of the others and read the comments of those generous friends who came by to pay a visit.
I say thank you to Therese for this MEME opportunity and I encourage others to do it too. It is a wonderful tool for reflection. If you choose to do this MEME please let me know so that I can come and reflect with you!!
*The MEME started here at Amy's Word from the Herd
*Visit also Linda at ~~A Truckers Wife~~, Peggy at A Catholic Notebook
Thanks be to God!!!
There Is no significance attributed to the picture I just wanted to use it because I like it. It's called The Cherry Tree, Cherry Willingham, Lincolnshire by Lincolnian