Monday, October 16, 2006


Yes, you read that correctly. As if I didn't have enough to do, I signed up for one more. This is for fun, though, so I can take it or leave it if I get too stressed out. NaBloWriMo stands for National Blog Writing Month. The idea came from the fabulous Fussy, who looks at this as a lead-in to NaNoWriMo, National Novel Writing Month. When is that? I have no idea. I can't see my way clear to write a novel in a month, or write a novel at all... unless it's a book of poetry, which is not a novel. A poem a day? Now that would be both a challenge and great fun. Maybe in June... but I digress.

My challenge will be to blog every single day in November. If this turns out to be too tough, I'll try it again in February. (teehee) If I run out of topics, I'll dig into my coffee mug collection for a freshly brewed story or two. I'll see what the bunnies are up to. November won't have much garden or compost talk; up here in the North Woods, the gardens are dead already. I could take the camera outside and show what a snow day looks like. And that's not even mentioning the children... ....

Well, if I could ramble on about nothing and even provide links to six other posts, I think November will go just fine. Now, gentle lurkers, your challenge is to post a comment on a blog (not necessarily mine) every day of November. Try it! You might like it! See you at NaBloWriMo!

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