NaBloPoMo! I'm so happy and proud (and a little relieved!) to have made it!
Today is the last day of the month and I successfully managed to post 29 out of 30 days in November, making me 92% successful in this NaBloPoMo endeavor I agreed to take on just one short month ago. (I'm still kicking myself for forgetting day one, or for not even remembering that November had started, for that matter!)
So, now what?
Should I keep up the good (?) work? Should I take some time off?
I'll be honest. I really enjoyed the challenge. It was a LOT easier than I thought it would be. If anything it forced me to complete and publish some thoughts that had remained unfinished and fragmented. It gave me an opportunity (good or bad for you, the reader) to share some (more!) photos of my precious boys. And it allowed me the chance to feel accomplished, having completed (ok, so almost completed...) something that I set out to do.
Finishing something feels good. But that's not entirely like me, if you will. For you see, I'm a putterer . I dabble. I stick my toe in to test the waters, but rarely do I ever actually go in. I get on random kicks but never see these projects through to completion before my fleeting interests and attentions move on. I have a basement of half-finished interests to prove it - cross-stitch patterns started and forgotten, scrapbooks neglected half way through the year it was created to memorialize, even exercise equipment I vowed I would use that now holds up a pile of boxes in the basement.
So to have completed this task I set out to accomplish (ok, so ALMOST completed) feels good. It makes me want to keep going. It encourages me, even in the smallest way, that I can do it. I can finish something if I set my mind to it. It doesn't hurt that it was fun and I got to write about stuff I love (my kids) and things that come easily to mind (my random thoughts).
I thank you for coming a long with me while I participated on this journey. And thank you for not judging me for only getting a 92%. At least it's still an 'A'. I'll take it.