I did it. I found something to say every day for the month of November. Bring on the prizes. Bring on the champagne. NaBloPoMo is done.
I have to admit, it was a bit of a struggle sometimes. I probably posted things I wouldn’t have bothered to mention had it not been NaBloPoMo. But I loved the comradery of other participants. I loved finding new blog gems to read. I loved the incentive of regularly looking at the odd and quirky moments of my own life in a way I find self-amusing rather than self-pitying. Blogging is good practice for that.
And, despite the fact that I never once resorted to describing my lunch (soup & crackers today), I fear I may have bored you on more than one occasion. But I guess that’s how life is sometimes.
So, given the fact that I’m relieved to find NaBloPoMo finished, why is it that I’m actually considering doing Holidailies at Home mentioned by Alto2 today? Thirty-one days to post and not a prize to be found…. Am I crazy? …Do I dare?