...[D]escribing life milestones, such as (but not exclusive to) wedding anniversaries, children's birthdays, [the blogger's own] birthday (emphasis mine), special family holidays (reunions, other anniversaries, et al), and personal special holidays (bar mitzvah, Confirmation, recieving driver's license)..."
See, in order to ensure that all bloggers are acting responsibly and in the best interest of the population, these requirements were established to set a minimum-level of blogging for all interested parties.
In the later detailed description of required content, I believe I'm expected to describe my plans for the day, and/or wait until it's over and describe what happened.
"Hey, everyone, it's my 31st birthday! I got up at around 7:30 and checked my email, but nothing much else planned until dinner (dad's taking us out). Wednesday is cleaning day, so we're all cleaning the house -- on my birthday! Can you imagine?"
So, there you have it. I know I've been lax on following the legal requirements of maintaining a 'blog (as my 36 hours in federal detention and $950 fine attests), but I'll try and do better, really. Even if I don't have anything to say. I suppose I could post about that (there's special rules about the "Non-Posting Post"), because it's not too hard to blog about not having anything to blog about. Enough other sites do that.
In other news -- we recieved our first 10 ISBN numbers yesterday. We're waiting for a response from our account executive at the printer we're most pleased with, to get started printing a few public-domain reprints we've got in the works. After the first couple, we have some original works from authors we've known, and then who knows where we'll go!