Why I am not doing NaBloPoMo


Actually, I got nuthin today. Or tomorrow, or….

Unless someone wants to suggest something….

‘Cause other than work I’m just wandering around wondering whatever SB and I will do with ourselves with no football practices & game to prepare for this week….

Other than me doing my best not to need a tissue when I see his equipment bag sitting in the foyer as a stark reminder of what is over forever….

(I’m really not that pathetic)…

(Or maybe I am)….

8 thoughts on “Why I am not doing NaBloPoMo

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  1. I understand completely. There have been times when I’ve stared at the screen and wondered if an idea…any idea…would come to me. I’m doing NaBloMoPo this time around, and it’s a real challenge to find something to say every single day.

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  2. I know I won’t have time to do it… if I did, I’d go full-bore and go for NaNoWriMo. At least I have my story I’m posting every Monday… that’ll keep me going for a while.

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  3. Yes. It is a sad close to a fabulous chapter. And don’t even get me started on the way you are going to feel as your son enters high school. Oh wait, that isn’t uplifting at all.

    What I meant to go with is, you are a great writer and great mother and I can’t wait to see what inspiration strikes you.

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  4. I think it’d be kind of sad if you threw yourself into blogging when you and your son have just ended something so central in your lives. I say, take him out, go bowling, take him to movies, eat ice cream, and just start to figure out how you’ll be making new memories and scrapbooks.

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