Guess what I’ve decided to do. Go ahead. I’ll wait while you figure it out.
[HINT: look to your right and read the details on the big square. Click on it, if you so choose.]
Yes, I’ve joined something.
[I know… it’s not like me, the free-spirit, to get involved in anything organized.]
And the something that I’ve joined is National Blog Post Month– informally known as NaBloPoMo.
[Cute nickname, huh? It’s fun to say really fast as you type it. Don’t judge me… we all make our fun where we find it.]
So, what does this really mean?
[If you’ve read this far down the page, then you must be a skoosh curious about what I’m up to this time.]
It means that I’ll be posting to this blog every day in November. Contributing as much flapdoodle and twaddle to the blogosphere as I can.
[Sounds like fun, doesn’t it? A challenge. An adventure. A way to make bloggy friends. Plus, for a limited time only, “Glorious Madness.”]
So for the next thirty days, I’ll write. You’ll read. And we’ll chat in the comments below.
10 thoughts on “Let’s Get It Started In Here”
Thanks for visiting my blog. Nice to meet you!
And nice to meet you, too. I think this NaBloPoMo is going to be fun, don’t you?
Nice to meet you, thanks for visiting my blog. I see that you like autumn, have an attitude, and love bookstores. Me too! I look forward to reading more.
Zazzy, you’ve summed me up quite nicely! Nice to meet you, too.
So it’s a way to meet bloggers? Why did I never know that?
Margaret, I figure that it is. We’re all on a blogroll over at BlogHer, so if someone else is doing this project I figure that he or she is interested in meeting some new people who are doing the same thing.
And if I am wrong, the worst that can happen from this month of writing is that I get better at writing. I see it as a fun adventure on two fronts.
Thanks for the lovely comment you left on my post. I’m looking forward to this month too. No questions from me yet, all sounds fine and dandy to me. Polly x
I happen to LOVE flapdoodle and twaddle!
Nice to meet you! 🙂
Hi Polly, thanks for stopping by. Let the writing and meeting adventures begin.
Melisa, all good people like flapdoodle and twaddle. Or so I’ve found in my experiences! 😉
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