Wednesday, October 26, 2011

30 days of thanks - a November challenge

OK, the blog has been quiet lately. I'm sorry! My little life is pretty repetitive these days - work, studying lines, rehearsals, family stuff, etc. So while I was just vaccuuming (did I spell that right? Nope, only one "c" - vacuum is such a weird word. Anyway - vacuuming - that looks funny) - aaanyway, while I was doing that, I was getting that nagging feeling in my gut that you get when you're avoiding your blog. Like - what if this it? What  if I never think of anything to write about again? What if it's time to shut the thing down? And then I somehow jumped to the idea of creating a prompt for November.

30 days of thanks.

Each day in November, either here or on Twitter (@asg923) I will name something I am thankful for. It can be serious (family) or silly (CANNNDY) - just something quick to focus my energy before the true chaos of the holidays hits.

Will you join me? I hope you do.

8 comments:

Dwayne "The Train" said...

first.

also, i look forward to my "30 days of commenting - a november challenge." i know we have not discussed this, but there is little you can do to stop me at this point.

you're welcome.

actually, you ALL are welcome.

Tracy said...

I'm in!

Stereo said...

In. SO in.

Brandeewine said...

IN! It might help me to kick-start my writing!

Patti said...

Okey dokey. This is a good exercise. I find in the late fall, I descend into snark and nihilism, so maybe this will help me remember the light and how goddamn fortunate I am.

lgaumond said...

Why does your blog hate me? Is it because I promised it a new banner months ago and never delivered? Perhaps.

So what I said before was...I'll try. I'll try to do the 30 days of thanks, but being that honest and earnest makes me feel icky and I'll probably just turn it around and end up mocking myself.

But at least I'd be blogging.

Kim said...

I am going to tweet this daily. I have a lot to be thankful for, and I'm going to do this to counter my tendency to whine.

Mary said...

I'm in, too!

Happy to reflect with you.