… I have no idea.
I missed the date for the theme reveal which works out since I don’t really have a theme this year. I’m winging it… Unless I think of something before tomorrow morning.
April sort of snuck up on me this year. I haven’t made and significant posts in my blog in the last year at all. I had other work to do. I did A lot of work with an online gaming service that I was very involved in for part of the year. I spent much more time doing things around the house. I took time to read new things. I wrote for several places I wasn’t expecting to, who paid me. Mostly though I forgot how much fun it is to write anonymously, making up crazy things or commenting on crazy things for my own twisted amusement.
This year I have no plan and no idea what I will be doing per letter. Last year I had a plan, I had it all mapped out I was ready to go… and didn’t finish the challenge. I failed and wandered off the field of battle head held sidewise with nothing to show for it but a sense of… I know I forgot I was doing something.
So to all of you this year, participants and readers, men and women, gnome and elves, witches, wizards, pirates and zombies… however you diced to play it. Here we go again.
Real life. From a real mom. Raising real little people.
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