It’s that time of year again!  No, not the time where we dance naked in the moonlight to celebrate the winter solstice.  Unless, of course, any of you are Wiccans, in which case, by all means, dance away.  Just remember, it’s pretty cold out there, so start a fire or something.  But not a raging forest fire, those are bad.

Wait, where were we?

Oh yeah, it’s time for a “best of” recap of 2009. 

I’ve reviewed the blog, noticed how seldom I’ve posted in the last few months, and, after scolding myself, compiled what I consider to be the best posts of the previous year.  Here they are, in chronological order:

January
Hey, Vendors. Stop Telling Me How Hungry You Are.
Just Another Celebrity Cremation
Are You Still Conducting Processions?

February
Nobody Cares About the Jones
Minnesota Funeral Director Opens Up About Effects of Cremation

March
2009 Georgia Expo Day 2 and Results
Why You Can’t Protect “Ideas” in Business
Quantity Can Produce Quality
Choosing the Right Convention Opportunities

April
Making Money with Online Memorials
Dale Clock Shares a Review of ICCFA Expo 2009
Why I Joined the Eternal Space Advisory Council
Charles Cowling Comments on My Affinity for Eternal Space

May
Ohio FDA Expo Preparations Are Under Way
OFDA 2009: Expenses

June
EternalSpace Not So Eternal After All?
Eustis Historical Museum: Something Borrowed
Eternal Space: a Debacle?
My Letter to Thomas Parmalee About EternalSpace
Great “Almost Obituary” for Michael Jackson

July
Elite Uniforms is Open for Business!

August
How Many People Will you Meet at the NFDA Convention?
Last Minute Preparations for NFDA 2009

September
Cremation Continues Its Unrelenting March

October
Exhibitor Advice

November
2009 NFDA Convention: The Whole Story

December
Anyone Hiring a “Corpse Beautician”?

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