As seen at APL's and Chichimama's, the following is the first sentence of the first blog post of each month in 2006.
From doing all this copying and pasting, I have learned a few things. One is that I likely need to work on making my first sentences actual sentences. That might be helpful. Secondly, I need to make them more dramatic, you know, hook the reader with the first line. Because if I was just someone surfing around and read some of these, I would click on "Next Blog" sooner than you could say, well, next blog. Also, I used to begin each post with the word "so" and figured it was a pretension that impressed only me, so I stopped.
Without further ado:
I was laying on Mr. Personality's bed, reading a book as he occupied himself on the floor with some toys he had found under the bed in a storage bin.
So, ok, today is the first day of NaBloPoMo, and this is my official first post.
The lovely and talented J tagged me to do this, and I am more than happy to oblige.
So this is me on the phone with my Dad not too long ago:
So I happen to have a husband who has a lot of positive "is" qualities.
So I have to leave for a while, due to no fault of my own, and I come back to find my comment section hijacked.
So which is it?
So the debate over here is public or private school for Mr. Personality.
Dear Mr./Mrs. Winnie-the-Pooh Umbrella Thief,
So Heather, the published writer over at Fumbling for Words (oooh, it gives me a thrill to write that, I can only imagine how she feels) wants to know:
So it has been raining for past few days, and today was the first nice sunny day we've had in a while.
Watch for my next posts with the first sentences of: "I partied hearty with Britney!" and "I'm having George Clooney's baby!"
Made ya look twice, didn't it?