I've rambled a little too much over the last few days, so I'll try to keep today's post more succinct. I thought it would be fun (for me at least) to revisit of few of my more memorable posts over the past year.
Nostalgic: My Hometown Library (Even though I love the sheer volume of books to be had from my current library, I will always have very fond memories of my "teeny-tiny library," as Aaron calls it.)
Star-struck: In Which I Meet One of My Very Favorite Authors (Shannon Hale is as awesome as her books.)
Rant: A Pet Peeve of Mine, or Why Parents Are a Big Fat Bunch of Hypocrites (This post felt good to write. I still agree with everything I said here, and I've been trying to personally apply my own advice.)
Habit: Running and Reading (This was one of the first posts I wrote. I still like to run with a good audiobook.)
Personal: What I Envy (I've already tweaked some of my dreams (maybe I'll do another post in the future), but this was still really fun (and enlightening) to think about.)
Holiday: Read Your Way to Christmas (We will definitely be making this activity an annual tradition. I've already acquired a few books to replace the ones I wasn't terribly crazy about last year.)
Book Review: Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier (I couldn't choose a favorite review, but this was my favorite book from last year.)
Preschool: Snowmen At Work (This was one of my favorite preschool lessons that I put together this last school year. I actually have gotten really behind with the preschool posts and have at least six that I still need/want to write up.)
KidPages: Cold Snap by Eileen Spinelli (This is one of the few reviews I've written on a whim with very little forethought. We read it in the morning, we loved it, and I wrote about it that very afternoon.)
Popular: Christ the Savior is Born: Advent Calendar
(Sometimes I laugh when I see how many views this post has had (which
I'm glad of, by the way). I'm sure anyone who comes to my blog for that
post probably leaves disappointed when they realize that everything else
here is about books. The runners-up for most views, but still lagging
far behind this post, are The Boy Can Read and Bartholomew and the Oobleck.)
Not counting the reviews I put up before my first official post, I have written 167 posts over the last year. I can't wait to write another 167 (give or take) during Year Two.
Do you have a favorite post? Do tell!
P.S. If you haven't already, you can still enter the giveaway going on this week by leaving a comment on this post.