Some days, it’s about the connections we make.
Whether they are family, online, or with the clerk in the story.
This weekend, it’s family.
This upcoming week, it’s with students and teacher.
Right now, it’s with you my reader.
How have you connected over the last 6 days of our #SOL16 Challenge? For me, it’s just about the writing. So many good writers, that make my writing seem a bit juvenile (not a bad thing, just something I’ve noticed).
Either way, it’s about the connections we make, and I look forward to more connections made during this great opportunity to be part of a community like this.
March 6, 2016 at 9:35 pm
So many good writers, I totally agree! I feel more connected to myself; I’ve taken the time to really think about what to write, which I’ve found to sometimes consume too much time!
March 6, 2016 at 9:41 pm
This is my second year participating in SOL, and I couldn’t agree more…so many wonderful writers to learn from and aspire to. But I also remember that just the act of writing each day is powerful. Some days it’s easy and other days more challenging, but we’re doing it.
March 8, 2016 at 2:15 pm
The challenge is not to let yourself fall into the “wow, her writing is great and mine stinks” mindset. That’s what happens to me from time to time, so I’m working just to learn as much as I can! 🙂
March 8, 2016 at 2:16 pm
And that’s it in the end. We are doing it. Maybe not very well (or in my case not very very well! 🙂 ), but when next year rolls around, we’ll be that much better and more prepared for what’s to come! 🙂