To be quite honest, my reflection post is more of a thank you than about improvements. This year's A to Z Blog Challenge was indeed a challenge for me. Lots of unexpected situations took place. More than once, I was caught on my blindside, and the challenge was one of the reasons I kept going. I had to make myself get up and write my posts and to visit other people’s blogs.
When things get tough for me, I have found out that I need some project or commitment to make me forget about my woes. For me, that something this year was the A to Z Blog Challenge.
So, my heart is full of gratitude. The leadership team did an outstanding job. Many thanks to Arlee Bird and the entire team.
I met some cool bloggers, learned a lot about a genre of music I did not know about, had a chance to ooh and ahh over dogs, found out I wasn’t so dumb in science as I thought, relived memories of the times I have visited the United States, received some great writing information, gathered some more information about caregiving, looked at my own approach and attitude toward change, had my brain fried in quizzes, read some fantastic stories by authors I didn’t know, increased my TBR list, reminisced over old television shows, learned some new words and can you believe it I was a winner three or four times on Michelle’s Blog. I never win anything.
Thus, I am peachy peach happy, just waiting on my tee shirt.
Hope to see you all next year, because the A to Z Blog Challenge is worth a return visit. The comradeship alone is invaluable.