I’ve just finished up the Slice of LIfe Challenge, a challenge where we blog for 31 days, sharing slices of who we are to our blogging community. It’s a time of stress, much thinking, and noticing the things that go around you during the month. Sometimes, a relatively small event at home or at school can lead to a great blog. Othertimes, it’s like pulling teeth to find something, anything to write.

So for the past month, I’ve watched, I’ve learned, and I’ve written. It’s always an experience to push yourself beyond what you think capable. The community of writers there is just wonderful and it’s always a time of great writing and great comradery between educators.

But, at the end of each one of these challenges, I always wonder, what’s next? More writing? Less writing? Finding my dang notebooks? 🙂

In the end, I’ll keep writing because I’m not sure what I’d do if I didn’t. This has become a blessing and curse, a place for a mind dump, but yet, a bit of an addiction as well. So, you’ll see me pop up on Tuesdays and Fridays, then whenever the mood strikes me.

I’ve got much more to say, much more to feel, and much more to do. I hope you keep reading, commenting, and that find your voice as well.

And in the words of President Bartlet: What’s next?