With multiple resignations and the loss of the Republican majority in Congress, many of President Bush's accomplishments failed to make the news. Here are some of the high points of this year in the Bush administration:

Feb. 10—Left a crowd outside a batting cage in Baltimore feeling proud to be Americans

March 5—Received his 30-day chip from Alcoholics Anonymous

April 8—Hid Easter eggs so effectively that no child could find them

April 15—Donated $3 to the Presidential Election Campaign Fund by ticking box on tax return

June 16—Finally finished fixing up that old '67 Chevy that had been on blocks on the White House front lawn

Aug. 14—Said "Ahmadinejad" correctly without looking at palm

Sept. 14—Bagged lunch, which helped knock $65 off of $9 trillion debt

Oct. 1—Worked so hard all day, didn't realize it was 5:15 p.m.