2007 In Review

I started the year with some ambitious goals. Among these were the monthly acountability projects as well as tracking finances in detail. I didn't quite accomplish the goals I set in January, but it was a good start. Also, two of my coworkers who were also very good friends left the company in January.

February again started with a challenge as well as a major step in my financial accountability project. February also was the month I got my new camera. I gave myself credit for February's goals.

March brought more goals and more photos. I also attenede a reading by Salman Rushdie and fired up the grill for the first time in 2007.

April saw the first public release of Habari followed by the release of Aiden's Theme for Habari and this site's conversion to Habari. I also took a look at my goal setting system, and decided it needed work and solidified my finanical goals.

May came with a financial wake-up call as well as a new garden. June was pretty darn quiet.

July on the other hand was big. Mostly because of my birthday. Turning 30 causes one to reflect a bit. I set some goals and one of my best friends had a baby! Oh, and my little brother got married.

August brought my first habari plugin and a reading by William Gibson.

September brought the 5th anniversary of TBWITWW and I's wedding. A trip to OLF and (although we didn't know it till later) a baby.

In October, joined the Habari PMC bought a new laptop, and ranted about several political issues.

November was a silly sort of month. I made an LOL Cat and grew a Mustache It was for the kids.

And this month, we announced that we were pregnant. Everything else pretty much takes a back seat to that.

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