I took the liberty of copying Kyameel's meme on remembering the year 2007. (And altering it to fit my blog. :D)
Take the first sentence paragraph (or two or nth) from the first entry of each month and post it here. That’s your year in review.
I just found the right solution with Math Comment Spam Protection plugin, which I bet has the same function as those image verifying plugins. (I was busy turning the blog into how it currently looks now.)
I myself am not very pleased with how my "supposed" domain transfer is taking place. (Blaming the slow domain transfer for degenerated blogging momentum.) ;^^
Two reasons to celebrate. First is passing the SCJP certification exam. (Yay! It's time to update the resumé!) Second is passing the PFT (although barely) despite a huge physical limitation.
It was a pretty night. I felt really blessed. (Still fresh from the Philippine Blog Awards)
Anyways for some news, I already voted. I mentioned before about Local Absentee Voting and yesterday, we did vote in the "comfort" of our office.
If words could make ears bleed, ours must be profusely bleeding since the other night. It was a case of miscommunication, perhaps, but definitely not power-tripping. But we totally deserve it.
Our week-long trip to Bicol was fantastic. We went there on a "mission", to install computers and instruct soldiers on how to use a particular system we developed. Knowing our organization, I was expecting the trip to cater least to our conveniences. My expectations failed me, miserably because we were almost always enjoying every minute of our stay there. Everyday was like a feast.
After EXACTLY one month of blogging pause, I'm able to write something on this piece of form again. It looks different now though. Not that I changed my WordPress Admin Theme, it's because I disabled the stylesheet because I'm on a very creepingly slow connection.
If people have varying degrees of skills and intellect, they're also different in the way they perceive and process information, in exhibiting emotions and in understanding. However, I believe in a condensing point where everyone can settle their differences, IF they are willing to lessen damage brought by the conflict. (Learning anger management)
Today marks my second month in the corporate world. Not so much has changed, I'm still coping with work and finances, and controlling workaholic tendencies.
Last day last month, I forfeited half of my day's work to catch up with a bus trip to Bicol.
Wow. It's December already. Last week was tough. It was when I first experienced an earthquake inside a tall building. That's when I first felt the threat of a political and military skirmish as a civilian. And I found out the reason why a gazillion of people are addicted to Heroes.
The snippets hardly suffice for retelling what indeed happened in the past 300+ days of the year. But like everyone else, it's fun to look back and recall these events.