Today I make a commitment to my blog.
About a month ago, a writer friend of mine (who is also a teacher)
began to twist my arm to join her in a month of writing.
She is participating in Nanowrimo for the second time
and promised me it’d be good for my writing.
I never really see myself writing a novel,
but I liked this idea of committing to writing
every single day for a whole month.
As I started to think about what to write about,
I started to feel overwhelmed. Stressed. Stumped even.
I’ll never make it if I can’t even make up my mind!
I threw the idea on the back burner,
and decided to postpone it to next November.
A year is enough time to think of something good, right?
But then, of course, today I logged onto WordPress
to catch up on some of my favorite blogs
and of course, on the reader is this blog about
Basically a bloggers version of Nanowrimo.
I guess you could say it was a sign.
My arm has been twisted.
The white flag is up.
There’s no turning back now.
So thanks to my friends consistent nudging,
here goes nothing.
NaBloPoMo, bring it on!