We are half-way through NaBloPoMo. I've spent some time moving through the randomizer checking out participants. And I've noticed something:
These dudes are counting down the month. They are titling posts with things like:
Day Two and I Still Have Material To Work With!!...
Day Fifteen and I Haven't Poked My Eye Out! It Will Be Bloggable!!
(Ok, I'm making those up.. but you get the idea.)
And here I do what I have always done... try to be a little clever, or atleast do a day-of-the-week alliteration. I want to return to blogging almost daily as a habit and I'm not sure that counting the days encourages that!! Maybe it will. Maybe some day you'll click over and see: Must-Do Monday... Day Two Hundred and Thirty-Seven.
Somehow I doubt it.
One suggestion for other challenge-takers who are running dry. Do This:
Grab your camera and take a short walk. LOOK at what's around you. Then post the photo and tell us a little about it.
Buddha in the Bushes was like this. I frequently walk my dogs around the neighborhood. It's quiet, a bit hilly, and offers plenty of opportunities for photos if I look closely. With two dogs, I need to wear a belly-bag for the poop-bags, water and MP3 player, so I usually throw my camera in too.
And although I've walked these street for several years, I have never noticed this Buddha in the Bushes before. And I haven't yet decided what he's thinking. What do you think??
If you're thinking: but I work all day! When I get home, it's dark. Then take your camera to work. Show me your cubby.. or what's outside the window. Head outdoors for lunch.
Our neighbors (whether living or working near us) design their public spaces to be seen. Take a minute to see them. I can see the titles now: Day 21.. My Eyes! I Did Not See!!
(bonus points for anyone who knows where this line was adapted from)
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