First Line

Well, Donna did it, so I thought I’d play along. It makes me think I should aim for more auspicious first sentences of my own (some of these are quotes).

January: Answering a question posed by a reader who wanted to know what one of the bulletin board quotes was (it was too blurry)

February: this is the garden: colours come and go,

March: Because of a total absence of information, when I booked my flight, I took the earliest flight because the travel agent had been told we were to arrive by noon Sunday.

April: People demand freedom of speech as a compensation for the freedom of thought which they seldom use.

May: The crucial differences which distinguish human societies and human beings are not biological.

June: Q: Should we avoid eating meat, since it entails killing?

July: This item was used at the weddings of two sets of friends.

August: This was my mind before I had my massage last week.

September: On Labor Day, Husband and I went out to Henry Coe State Park for a hike.

October: This…made me cry.

November: Last year I joined Kat at Kat’s Paws to make art everyday in November.

December: Well, whatever funk hit me yesterday held off today (or disappeared?).

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One Comment on “First Line”

  1. CHAR Says:

    I still remember the Free Hugs video that your October quote refers to.
    Have a great day.