It's time for my annual recap of 12 months of Accidental Remediation! Silver Fox also included links to her previous versions of this meme, so I thought I'd add that in, after an absence last year. See 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, and 2009. Unlike Silver Fox, I mostly don't have illustrations.
Same rules as before: first sentence of the first post of every blog, plus a link. This year, I didn't really have any "filler" posts or big apologies for being an irregular blogger, so no cheating!
January: In a recent post, I mentioned that the HAZWOPER course can be tremendously useful for getting interns out into the field.
February: I have used this particular computer to add posts to blogspot with no problem.
March: I was asked about review courses here and figured the topic needed more than just a short answer.
April: A while back, I mentioned that I needed a replacement camera.
May: AAM recently had a post from someone who was frustrated with a manager who would only give vague (but extremely negative) feedback about her writing.
June: A few months ago, I visited an area with very stinky tap water (stinky
groundwater) from naturally-occurring hydrogen sulfide, which produces a
July: A comment on the previous post raised the issue of "firing" drillers/drilling companies.
August: This recent post on AAM regarding writing for free (for an established for-profit publisher) collected a big pile of comments.
September: One of the signs I'm getting older is that I need to keep a better eye on my diet.
October: Another writing pet peeve to add to the pile:
November: When I'm overseeing contractors, I am generally easygoing.
December: Geologists/scientists, did you have any terrible grades in a science class?
Bloggers, consider yourselves tagged...