Wednesday, November 30, 2011
Here we are at the end of yet another NaBloPoMo, which makes my 5th November NabloPoMo and my 6th overall (I did a July a year or so ago), all of which I have completed. Even though at least one of those Novembers included one of the most horrible holidays I've ever experienced, and more than a quarter of the posts tend to mention how I'm either a) feeling horrid or b)not able to think of anything good to say. I said something, though, for each of those days, for all of those months. I finished them, and that actually means a lot to me, because I'm so much more likely to see myself as someone who doesn't finish things - not always by choice, but usually by circumstance - and to know that I persevered with this, it definitely feels like something to be proud of. Especially since Novembers seem to hate me, and this one has been doing its best to ground me into dust. Still. Here I am: not dust. Having completed a goal, and feeling pretty damn good about it. And to know that I'm here, six years into blogging, and I still (mostly) feel like I've got things to say, and people who show up to listen to them. So: Thank all the gods and goddesses, including the FSM, that November is over, and let's bring on December and some good news, shall we?