Always a day late
I remember seeing on twitter last year a bunch of talk about NaNoWriMo and I remember being curious about it. So I went to my friend “Google” and did some research. Write a novel in 30 days? No, thanks, I’ll have to pass on that. Being a divorced mom who works and shuttles kids between school, activities and friends, all while trying to have a social life of my own (AND keep up on my twitter feed), I don’t have to time to commit to something like that, nor do I have a story in my head. But yesterday, I saw some tweets about NaBloPoMo and I thought “Hey, I can do that!” Especially given how new my blog is and the fact that I haven’t really shared the fact that I even have one. (Shhhh, let’s keep that our secret!)
So WELCOME! I realize it is Day 2 of NaBloPoMo. Please forgive me as I am shocked that November 1st was yesterday. Poof, Halloween is gone in the snap of your fingers and flip of the calendar page. This time of year seems to fly so quickly. We’ve finally acclimated into our back to school routine with “discussions” about after school activities and homework completion. Halloween decorations are being put away and the retail beings are gearing up for the holiday shopping season. I used to enjoy the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays, but these days, it seems like a chore (and that’s another blog post).
If you’re writing for NaBloPoMo, please leave a comment with a link (if I don’t already follow you).
Stay tuned for more …