Archive for December, 2008

2008

  1. Was 2008 good for you?  Yes
  2. What was your favorite moment of the year?  Graduating in May or defending my thesis in April, it’s pretty much a tie.
  3. What was your worst moment of the year? I’m sure there were moments, but I can’t think of one that would qualify as the worst.
  4. Where were you when 2008 began?  @ Home
  5. Who were you with? My family.
  6. Where will you be when 2008 ends?  See #4. 
  7. Did you keep your new years resolution of 2008?  I kept two of them- finishing the thesis and graduating
  8. Do you have a new years resolution for 2009?  Yes, a few.
  9. Did you fall in love in 2008? Nope.
  10. If yes, with who?
  11. Are you still in love? 
  12. Did you breakup with anyone in 2008?  Not really, I’m not sure what you would call it…
  13. Did you make any new friends in 2008?  A few
  14. Who are your favorite new friends?  ALL of my new friends.
  15. What was your favorite month of 2008?  ???
  16. Why this month?
  17. Did you travel outside of the US (or your home country) in 2008?  Not outside the US
  18. How many different places did you travel to in 2008?  South Dakota is the only place outside of NE and OH that I went…and it was only for 4 hours.
  19. Did you miss anybody in the past year?  Yep.
  20. What was your favorite movie that you saw in 2008?  P.S. I Love You
  21. What was your favorite song from 2008? 

I have a new one everyday..
  22. How many concerts or plays did you see in 2008?  Jason Boland, Aaron Watson…prolly more…
  23. Did you have a favorite concert in 2008?  Boland
  24. What was your favorite book in 2008?  Most everything I read was good (after I got done reading for stats)
  25. How many people did you sleep with in 2008?  HA! 
  26. Did you do anything you are ashamed of this year?  No
  27. What was the biggest lie you told in 2008?  ?
  28. Did you treat somebody badly in 2008? Yes.
  29. Did somebody treat you badly in 2008? Definitely.
  30. What was your proudest moment of 2008? Graduating.
  31. What was your most embarrassing moment of 2008?  ?
  32. 
If you could go back to any moment of 2008 and change something, what would it be? How I handled a relationship situation…but we’re working on it now.
  33. Where did you work in 2008? UNL
  34. 
Favorite TV shows(s) of 2008?  I liked America’s Toughest Jobs, and my usual shows. The Opening Ceremonies of the Olympics kicked butt too!
  35. Favorite Band(s) of 2008? ???
  36. Favorite Food in 2008? ??
  37. Favorite Drink in 2008?  Oh.  See above.
  38. Favorite Place in 2008?


  39. Favorite person(s) to be with in 2008? How many more questions can I skip?
  40. Favorite person(s) to talk to in 2008?  Kristin, Ashley, Melissa
  41. Favorite trip in 2008?  To Chadron and then to SD, and Fall Conference was a good time.
  42. Favorite stores in 2008?  ??
  43. Hardest thing you had to go through in 2008? 
  44. Most exciting moment(s) in 2008?  Graduation/Thesis Defense. 
  45. Funniest moment(s) in 2008?  There are too many to list…but possibly the Hospitality Room @ Fall Conference. I can’t go into details.
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Merry Christmas!

I hope everyone has a great holiday and a happy start to 2009…I will blog about my ‘experience’ getting home…I’ve realized that my dislike of that state up north goes further than I thought!

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Blogging With a Purpose…

I was reading an article the other day about how teachers are using blogs in the classroom and giving the students a purpose to go along with their blog.  While this works well in the classroom, because I would hate to see the grade I would get for this blog…one that twists and turns as much as my moods.

Thinking back to my time in school, I think blogging before starting a project or being able to (stop) collaborate (and listen) on group projects would have been useful.  Especially if the teacher had made the effort to monitor the blogs and use that as apart of the grade which was assigned.  It really wouldn’t be any different than discussion boards for an online class, but would allow more freedom to work on things.

How could you use blogging in your line of work? Would it improve productivity or teamwork?

In the work that I do, this could be a very good tool for collaboration and team work, but I am not sure how many of the professionals across the state over the age of 60 would jump on this new technology.  They have been pretty good about email and using online video chat so they may be just fine…because blogging and email are so similar.  Could be a fun experiment to try out!

When I have started my different blogs (I usually give up because I don’t think I have anything interesting to say or I have a string of ‘Post more later’) I really haven’t had a purpose, other than to keep people updated on my life.  Isn’t that a purpose in and of its self? I think so….I have blogged about different topics, none of which are earth shattering, that is for sure.

What is the purpose of your blog or webpage? Do you have one that isn’t just for yourself?  Is it more for your own record or for friends? Or do you open it up for the world to be apart of.  Since it is online, most of our blogging is open for the world to see, however, the things we choose to write about may not mean a thing to anyone but a select few.

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Plastic Grocery Bags…

Why do we need so many? I went to the store tonight, 14 bags later I’m out the door…never mind that three of the bags had two things in them (one bag had TWO boxes of granola bars, bag #2 had two bottles of juice and the last bag had toilet bowl cleaner and swiffer things in it)…There must be a contest somewhere that we who do not work at the grocery store or Wal-mart are missing out on!

“Who Can Get Their Customer Out The Door With The Most Bags…”

At least at this store they have a place to recycle the bags…but you have to come into the store to do that…and you’ll prolly walk out with more bags to bring back!! Maybe I should invest in my own grocery bags…but if you know me, bags are the last thing I need more of! 🙂

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