January 2006: In Brief

This is something I’ve written in my personal journal every month for years. Thought I’d try doing it here. Feel free to post your own. I love reading these things. They’re like reading a monthly time capsule.

Said “Rabbit Rabbit” 1st Thing this Month?
Yes indeedy!

Movies Seen:
None. Can you believe it?

Books Read:
The Princess Diaries by Meg Cabot
Self-Editing for Fiction Writers by Renni Browne & Dave King
Marriage, A History by Stephanie Coontz
Al Capone Does My Shirts by Gennifer Choldenko

TV I Enjoyed:
The Colbert Report – awesomely silly and well written
Gilmore Girls– This is my second favorite show after Veronica Mars
Scrubs– So silly, so fun. Favorite bit had to be the surgical ninjas.
Lost– They finally found themselves a plot and the Mr. Eko episode was quite satisfying.
The OC
Veronica Mars– Finally one new episode at the end of January. Boy I missed that show!

Music I Listened To:
The Format: Interventions & Lullabies
Spanish Radio Station– even the commercials are interesting

Fun Things I Did:
Skating with Mia and friends
Dave’s violin recital
Lunches w/ Martin
“HER” Writer’s Group Meetings
New “Turns” Dance class
Saw Cabaret at Greenbelt Arts Center

Sub Jobs:
ESOL Teacher
2nd Grade Class
5th Grade Special Ed. Resource Teacher

Misc. Other Stuff:
Sinus Infections still love me way too much.

One thought on “January 2006: In Brief

  1. Said “Rabbit Rabbit” 1st Thing this Month?
    Yes indeedy!

    Me too! You’re almost lucky you didn’t see any movies last month. Underworld: Evolution and Hoodwinked both sucked hardcore. But Nanny McPhee and Last Holiday were delightful.

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