30 Days of Writing

Another year of National Blog Posting Month is over. These 30 days have certainly been eventful! November was the month of the Cubs winning the World Series, Lily’s 12th birthday, the presidential election, and Thanksgiving. We went to a museum and the movies. I also continued writing about our two week road trip to Yellowstone National Park. I still have more travel posts to write! Even though NaBloPoMo is over, I plan to keep writing.

NaBloPoMo November 2016

In order to get a blog post written every day, I fell in to the bad habit of writing the day’s post late at night. Some posts I like, some…not as much. Here are all 30 of them.

Day 1: Here We Go…Again?
Day 2: Go, Cubs, Go!
Day 3: Cubs Win!
Day 4: Three Weddings and a Funeral
Day 5: Two Daughters
Day 6: Two Coyotes
Day 7: Two Parties
Day 8: Why I’m Not Taking My Kids to the Polls
Day 9: I’m Sad Today
Day 10: Retreat
Day 11: Telling My Children
Day 12: The Bake-Off
Day 13: Leaf Season
Day 14: It Doesn’t Always Work Out
Day 15: Struggling Upwards
Day 16: Downs and Ups
Day 17: The Grand Canyon of Yellowstone
Day 18: Busy Day, Movie Night
Day 19: Sometimes We Like to Play Tourists
Day 20: Sometimes I still…
Day 21: Busy Airport
Day 22: The Tuesday Before Thanksgiving
Day 23: Pies!
Day 24: Happy Thanksgiving!
Day 25: A Simple Piece of Cloth
Day 26: I reached my goal!
Day 27: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them; a Parent Review
Day 28: Incognito
Day 29: Sister, Sister, Brother, Sister
Day 30: 30 Days of Writing

Thank you so much for sticking with me during the month of November and reading the good with the bad! I’ve been participating in NaBloPoMo since 2009, and I found some of the old badges in my archives. My favorite one is the dish washing lady…a sense of satisfaction, indeed!

See you again in 2017, NaBloPoMo!



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