It's Thursday again, which means it's time for Mama Kat's Pretty Much World Famous Writer's Workshop! We've all got the new year on our minds, so this week it was easy to choose which prompt I'd follow. I chose #1.) This year in blog posts…choose a favorite post from each month of 2011 and share.
January - I experimented with my new Canon Rebel DSLR and shared some of my first images here.
February - I wrote about the myth of the "grown-up," and the fact that no one I know has ever experienced that moment where you finally FEEL like a grown-up.
March - I struggled with something I am still struggling with - how much I miss my friends. We are spread out now, in different cities and with different lives, and I still wish we weren't.
April - I shared my thoughts about Sam - our worries about ADD, how Dr. Google can scare us, and how sometimes being a parent is about knowing when to worry - and when not to.
May - Let's be honest. I only posted once in May. SAD! I shared some photos from Sam & Danny's birthdays.
June - So... the early summer wasn't that great for blogging. SHAME! In June, I wrote about OTHER writing that I am trying to do in my life.
July - I said goodbye to Borders Books, where I worked for 3 years and spent countless hours browsing books and making memories.
August - At a Phish concert, I watched a woman smoke weed then immediately nurse her baby. Here's how THAT made me feel.
September - On the second day of Kindergarten, Sam didn't get off the bus after school. Mommy panic ensued slightly. This month was a tie (sorry, I'm a cheater!) because I also wrote this review of The Panic Virus, a book about vaccines, autism, and the panic the media can create.
October - It's a photo post, but this Halloween was really memorable for me. A costume my son loved, made from scratch by me & my husband, my second son being old enough to trick or treat, and the awesomeness and happiness made for a wonderful holiday.
November - I shared about how much I've been struggling again with my weight and my body image.
December - Looking at photos of 2011 in review, I came across photos of protesters being treated horribly by law enforcement and I wrote about how it made me feel.
What memorable moments did you write about this year?