Sunday, November 30, 2008

Not Even A Damn T-Shirt

NaBloPoMo is over and instead of feeling the expected sense of relief, I'm actually quite sorry to see it go. I have discovered quite a few cool bloggers this month and joined the 101 in 1001 challenge and a couple of book challenges. I had no idea these things even existed a month ago. I now get to experience a slice of life in places as far flung as Italy, Egypt, and India, as well as a couple of places that remind me of my own North American home. I've loved all the comments and sense of community that this month has brought.

I'd almost like to sign myself up for the December version, but I'm not sure I'd be able to post daily. I might give it a go anyway and be chill with the possibility of failure. After all, sometimes failing is absolutely not a bad thing.

Bittersweet. It's how I find the end of most tasks or times of my life and NaBloPoMo is no exception.


Cairo Typ0 said...

Congrats on surviving!!! I too am very pleased with all new bloggers i discovered this month. Discovering the world via blog - there's no better way to travel! :)

I won't be able to NaBlo for a few months but am thinking of trying it agian in February or March after the holidays are over and all my guests have gone home.

Strange Pilgram said...

I'm actually a bit bummed too. I loved NaBloPoMo and meeting other bloggers. It was much more fun than I expected.

Maybe we could all aim to do it again in February?

Amanda said...

I'm in :)

Jennette said...

I'm not signing up for December, but I am going to continue to try to do as many posts as there are days in a month (or more). I just give myself permission to skip days when I'm busy and make them up later.

I will continue to haunt the blogrolls (like I'm doing today) to find other people's blogs, too!