Sunday, November 30, 2008

The finish line...

We made it! I can hardly believe that it's been a month already and at the same time, I'm looking forward to not having to set my alarm a half hour early, just so I have time to blog.

Over all, NaBloPoMo has taught me a few things.
  • I can create a new habit. I can do something every day, without fail, even when it isn't strictly necessary.
  • My moods have distinct cycles. Blogging has created a picturesque map of how my moods are directly related to incidents and quality sleep.
  • I love writing so much that I'm looking at book writing as a fun thing to do!
  • There are people out there who like to read what I write! Me! I never would have thought it possible.
  • There are also a lot of people who write stuff that I want to read!
  • I'm not so strange. I'm not alone.
I'm pretty sure I could go on... for hours, but I slept through my half-hour-early and have to get ready for work.

Thank you so much for stopping by during this month to read and to comment. Your presence has bee invaluable and I want you to know that I appreciate it so very much. (Gee, I don't usually make a speech like that without a drink in one hand and a rose from the wandering, bar flower-guy in the other! Are you familiar with the ones to which I refer?)

So, rest good internets. Enjoy the peace, the passing of NaBloPoMo '08. Congrats to all of you who made it and also to all who tried.

Have a good morning, and in case I don't see you, good afternoon, good evening and good night!
(Jim Carey - The Truman Show)


Not The Rockefellers said...

I, too, am glad NaBloPoMo is over for me but, at the same time I'm a little sorry.

I'm glad I did it though. I met some really cool people and read some really awesome blogs.

And in reading some of those blogs I felt a little less lonely.

Peace - Rene

raino said...

contrats on making it

BeeDancer said...

mixed feelings...participating did introduce me to some good people i hadn't met before...but the days that i didn't' get to post just made me feel guilty...and lord knows i don't need any more guilt in my i'm glad i did it, but i won't be doing it again any time soon