- Your first post - In November of 2006 I wrote I Offer You This. I had no clue what I was doing, and would never have imagined that I'd still be over-sharing on the internet nearly 4 years later. Back then, I called the blog Page Six. Hello, copyright infringement?
- A post you enjoyed writing the most – Christmas Card Tutorial. We've all gotten those perfectly posed, gorgeous Christmas card pictures. Do you ever wonder what it takes to get that one, perfect picture? Hint: at my house it involves shots and swearing and horrifying your neighbors.
- A post which had a great discussion - I love all the suggestions thrown around in the comments of Our Six Best Elementary Read-Alouds, and we're slowly working our way through the wonderful books mentioned.
- A post on someone else's blog that you wish you'd written the one about a broken heart from moosh in indy. I adore her writing in general (and oh my, the photography), but this specific post took my breath away. "The problem with the sound of a broken heart is that they are rarely heard. Not because they are rare, but because they generally begin and end in private." It was if she had been with me in some of my darkest moments, and then written my pain. That's amazing writing.
- A post with a title that you are proud of – Because Explaining the Crucifixion to Your Kids Isn't Hard Enough. What can I say? The Catholic in me was pretty pleased with myself. And then I felt guilty about mentioning something as serious as the crucifixion of our Lord and Savior in a post where I anthrop0morphize a hawk. Then I remembered I'm not Catholic anymore and got over it.
- A post you wish more people had read – I project onto my neighbor and admit that I spend more time than is probably healthy wishing some of more tedious days away in Window Watching. Maybe not everyone got it, but I was proud of this one.
- Your most visited post ever – Yummie Tummie Boyfriend Tank Review. Was it because I talked about THO? I thought so.
If you feel like taking on Darren's 7 Links Challenge, I'd love to read your post as well. Be sure to leave a link in the comments so we can all take a trip down memory lane.