Gerrie asked me what I was going to do when I ran out of numbers for naming my posts...ummm, not sure. I've enjoyed the numeric titles though and could always go into negative numbers. Maybe I could create something like the dewey decimal system for my blog titles???? ummmm. The way I use to do it before my count down begin...(called camera repair place today...yada, yada, yada, and yada...Friday is my 3rd newest deadline)...what was I saying? Ah yea, my way of naming my post was to excerpt a phrase or play off a phrase or idea within the post. Maybe I could take a part of speech...say use all adverbs, nouns, etc to name my posts. Maybe I could use the name of coffee beans, or kitchen gadgets, or recipes...it might take awhile for visitors to my blog to figure out what was going on. For example, if I named my post, Toaster Oven, and there is no mention whatsoever of anything related to the title....ummm....or how about this for post titles...naming them after a colour. I could start with Periwinkle, the next one could be Indigo, and so on...That idea I like and maybe I could tie it into the actual content of the post itself.
Well, I'm not sure what I'll do next for titles, but this is (possibly) the last numeric post (I think).
I'm looking forward to next year and the past few days I've turned over the possibilities and what I want to do (God willing and if the creek don't rise, hehehehe). I've rearranged some of my plans and had to eliminate some (really not a bad problem to have at all!). I'm going to wait a few weeks to write them out when they are more solid...but one of the goals is to participate in SharonB's Take It Further Challenge.
I've wrapped up my end of the year/beginning of the year anxiety over changes healthcare. As of the first of December, medicare A&B will provide health coverage. I've spent the last month weeding through the extended coverage options for prescription drug coverage and its obvious that "simple" is not in the government's lexicon. But I mangaged and came to a decision 3 hours ago. It feels good to have put the decision to rest and I don't even feel uptight about it...I've released it and have let it go. Come what may, it will work itself out to my good!