Helen Palmer (nice_cup_of_tea) wrote,
Helen Palmer

Livejournal Review of 2013

It's quite simple: the first sentence of the first entry for each month in 2012 :-)
Here's what my livejournal world looked like - Less Markus and Patrick focussed this year in comparison to last.

A day and night away in the mountains with friend J - clear mountain air, fresh walk, fondue, gossip, reading - what could be better!

I lost 1 kg over the month - my weight went up and down, up and down!

Mar: This last week has been a bit of a blur.

Apr: I have the day off today and am getting ready to go away for the weekend ALL BY MYSELF!

May: Two new user pics, based on my recent weekend in London!

Jun: Highlight of week was perfect weekend with S&M in Sheffield and Peak District.

Jul: The proper, wise balancing of one's whole life may depend upon the feasibility of a cup of tea at an unusual hour. Taken from "How to live on 24 hours a day" by
Arnold Bennett

Aug: We had a lovely long August weekend with Jenn and Drew.

Sep; This summer has sped past with visitors to Zurich and mr.ncot studying for his MBA and changing job.

Oct: My day at TEDxZurich 2013 on October 2nd 2013 was just wonderful and inspiring!

Nov: Nanowrimo is not about writing the perfect novel, or even a good story.

Dec: I have just heard the wonderful Elizabeth Gilbert speak at the Literaturhaus, Zürich about her new novel "the signature of all things".
Tags: advent, lj, meme, memories

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