V is for Victory –

Victory, something we all like to have in our lives. A small WOOHOO in our days. During this month of A to Z Challenge I have had some small woohoo’s and a few bigger ones. I thought I should share with all of you just what I’ve managed to do this month as we come up to the end of it.

Woo Hoo | The simpsons, Simpsons funny, Homer simpson

First the Blog Challenge, I’m proud I’m going to finish and have only fallen behind. I’m super excited I made it through the master list for the first time in years. I got to add new blogs to follow which is always a nice treat. I got to write anothing treatsie on Gnomes, and I had fun. I also finally gave in and spent money on the site to get rid of the advertisements. I don’t like ads, and WordPress doesn’t have annoying ones. but still.

At home, I, well I didn’t do much. I cleaned some, I cooked some, I laundered a bit. I played some games with the kids and friends. I Facebooked, and Twittered and I got some money for writing all in all, a decent month of small things. Oh and I read, I read about 20 books or so, nothing that could be considered heavy… fun things, Dresden Files, Star Wars.

Mostly though, I stayed healthy and that’s quite a thing to be.

2 Comments on “V is for Victory –

  1. Good for you for getting rid of ads. I know it costs money to do that, and I don’t begrudge anyone who leaves them up, but I do find them really annoying.

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