On 2011 in a Mirror

Early in 2011, I celebrated the 600th post – and recently #800, plus my first month with 3,000 hits. I started the year with John, and he’s still here. (I couldn’t resist.) Others are still here too, and new regulars have joined us. Many thanks to everyone and hopefully something below will strike your fancy … or at least jog a memory chip. Do you have any favorites from here?

I continued eclectic nature of posts, yet keeping the tradition of Monday Morning Entertainment and Friday’s Opinions in the Shorts, the OITS starting at v81 and now at v122.

I worked in posts on All-Time Baseball Teams of all Harrys, Rons, Larrys, food names, and others – yet brought forth a series of the relationship between religion and science.

I enjoy doing the posts about numbers, and also working in pieces of handbell music.

I pledged respectful behavior in my first post in Aug 2008 – with that I know I have done well. In appreciation to the readers who frequent these electronic pages, here is a trip down memory lane – the posts I enjoyed the most.

On Elsa’s Trieste (May 4)
On a Chopped Dinner (Aug 16)
On Human Culture (Oct 12)
On a Knob (Dec 6)

On Faith, Soul, and Science (Apr 12)
On Fibonacci in Nature (Sept 20)
On a Hot Tau (Oct 4)
On Science at Work (Sept 27)

On Jobs (Mar 28)
On a GOP Glimpse at 2012 (Mar 23) – A reminder, a March post!
On Environmental Costs (Sept 6)
On the Church and State Wall (Oct 17)
On Time to Thank Congress (Nov 28)