Alas, I didn't make it due to unbloggable life events. I was at Day 19 and everything.FAIL!
HA! The last time I blogged was November 1, and today. So, no I didn't make it.
I'm done! Yay!
As long as I post today, I made it. (gack, Godzilla just stomped on my house and destroyed my computer!)
I made it! I already blog 5 days a week, so adding two more wasn't that much of a hardship. It was actually more difficult last year, thanks to a vacation and a case of the flu in the middle of November. This year was a breeze.
I made it and ended up energized and re-excited about blogging. I'm going to try to keep up the daily-blogging habit as long as I can. And maybe, just maybe, start caring a little bit more about whether or not anybody reads it.I wanna be a celebrity blogger! :)
I made it. I also started off November with a commitment that will have me blogging daily through Halloween. I may be insane. If not now, within 11 months.
As a non-participant, i'm glad it's over. Too much reading and not as much content.If i read one more post that begins "I don't have anything to say today..." i'm going to shoot myself.Someone's in a snit huh?
I didn't commit to participating in it and I have no regrets about it. None. Really. I'm SO not kidding. Except for the shared misery.http://wordgirl5.typepad.com/half_of_the_sky
I lasted a week. :-( But it did infuse enthusiasm - so it wasn't a total loss!
Nope 'cause I went to London and had a good time. However, I posted every day in August, September, and October, plus many of the preceding months. Seems like that doesn't count for anything.
I didn't do it because I know me and I know I fear commitment. That is a serious commitment.So kudo's to those who did!!!
I made it and I'm pretty sure I posted more than once on most days. I found it a lot easier this year and I always find it fun. I don't feel terribly sympathetic toward the "I have nothing to say, this is stupid" people and their posts that start that way but to each his own. I like the fact that it's an exercise to get people to flex a muscle that they'll hopefully use year round.
blogging's in the back seat of the car right now. that's my reason. (lucky for blogging, because it was, until recently, relegated to the tailgate. believe me, it's relieved to be inside the car at this point.)
Post a Comment