2007 in Retrospect

The year 2008 has just begun, and 2007 is only a memory. But what did happen in 2007?
Not that much, as I recall. But using this blog as a diary, I may get a more detailed view of 2007:

Even with the detailed look on 2007, I can’t find much to say about January. I started a small series of blog posts with photos near my home. The first photo showed the farm that burned almost a year later.

February came and went. It did snow a lot, however.

March … hmmm. I’m afraid I really didn’t have anything to write about. I did manage to make a blog post in handwriting. Something I may try again sometime.

In April, spring came to Denmark, and I learned the hard way, that bamboo is grass (and I’m allergic to grass pollen). It was also the month, I wrote about why I write a blog, and the month I first heard that some visitors got an error message when they tried to write a comment – something I didn’t manage to solve until November. Princess Isabella was born April 22. I showed a photo with two snails which I thought wasn’t that bad, and I tried Twitter, which wasn’t much to write about.

In May, I wrote at bit about how quick things can change. They sure can, but not that month – as I recall, nothing happened there.

In June I bought a new computer. And few days later the hard drive died. Another few days later, the summer started in Denmark. The last blog post that month was me trying to be philosophic.

July was really, really rainy! My garden wall collapsed because of all the rain, so I had very short time to learn how to build a wall. That month I also had to return my new computer one more time, because it still had some problems. But they were nothing compared to the massive trouble I got, when the computer got damaged during the tender care of the Danish postal service. Besides that, HRH Princess Isabella Henrietta Ingrid Margrethe was christened.

August was the month I got my computer back, after a long fight with both the postal service and the computer shop to figure out who should pay for the damage. In the middle of August it was to hot to sit in front of the computer, writing blog posts – and at the end of August I went to China.

In September I returned from an absolutely wonderful trip to China. Travelling is a fantastic way to spend your time! Late in September, the autumn began, and I was told that it was ten year since I got the nickname Baseman.

Not much to tell about October.

– or November.

In December I tried to write about an incident where I wasn’t nice. Maybe not much in the way of revealing journalism, but to me it was a milestone: I’ll try to tell more about myself in 2008 – some of all the good, the bad and the ugly.

That was 2007.

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