Wednesday, February 23, 2011

30-Day Challenge.

B asked me to join her in her 30-day blog challenge. It's something about blogging every day for 30 days on different topics. But what's this? Hold the phone! "Day 0?" Come on, Anonymous Blog Meme Creators. How does that even work? I see how it is. It's really a 31-day challenge, but you wanted a nice, round number, so you somehow annihilated a whole day and labeled it by an abstract concept. Some cultures never had a zero, you know. Look at the Romans.

Day 0: The 30-Day Challenge Explanation and Description
Day 1: Introduction, Recent Picture of Myself, and 15 Facts
Day 2: Meaning of My Blog Name
Day 3: My First Love
Day 4: My Family
Day 5: A Song to Match My Mood
Day 6: A Picture of Something That Makes Me Happy
Day 7: My Favorite Movies
Day 8: A Place I've Traveled To
Day 9: A Favorite Picture of My Best Friend
Day 10: Something I'm Afraid Of
Day 11: My Favorite TV Shows
Day 12: Something I Don't Leave the House Without
Day 13: My Goals
Day 14: A Picture of Myself Last Year and How I Have Changed
Day 15: A Bible Verse
Day 16: My Dream House
Day 17: Something I'm Looking Forward To
Day 18: My Favorite Place to Eat
Day 19: Something I Miss
Day 20: My Nicknames
Day 21: All-Time Favorite Picture of Myself and Why
Day 22: The Contents of My Purse
Day 23: My Favorite Books
Day 24: Something I've Learned
Day 25: The First 10 Songs That Come Up With My iPod on Shuffle
Day 26: My Dream Wedding
Day 27: An Original Photo of the City I Live In
Day 28: Something That Stresses Me Out
Day 29: Three Wishes
Day 30: A Picture of Myself on This Day and Five Good Things That Have Happened Since I Started the Challenge

I'll be making each of these into hyperlinks as I go throughout the challenge. Also, as per my personality, I've gone through and altered the headings of each day for grammar and style. Now they have a somewhat consistent tone and the punctuation is regular. You may have noticed that I have left prepositions dangling at the ends of some entries. If you aren't familiar with my views on this subject by now, let me sum up my usual tirade by saying that English is inherently Germanic and therefore not subject to the Latinate rule that makes prepositions at the end of phrases not only undesirable, but impossible. I would also like to point out that there were two different days asking for my favorite movies. The second has been changed to books. Don't people proofread anymore?

Listening to: "Shadows of the Night" by Pat Benatar
Reading: Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince by J. K. Rowling

1 comment:

  1. I'm pretty sure I'm going to steal this. I should have started on Spring Break, not when school is about to devour me again, but we'll see if it works. I've been inspired :)