I discovered something the other day that I’m really excited about. It’s National Blog Posting Month. I’m always up for a new challenge; for instance, I participated in and completed National Novel Writing Month (actually, I’m wearing my winner’s shirt right now!) and when I was informed I didn’t post frequently enough on this blog, I posted every day for a week.
National Blog Posting Month raises a whole new challenge. There is no way I have enough daily content to keep the readers of Highliners and Homecomings engaged for an entire month, but I want to accept this challenge. I’ve decided to spend the month of April getting ready for it. I will secure interviews and cover topics including commercial fishing, Jazzercise, writing, military life, and who knows what else. I can’t wait to tackle this!
Anecdote: I was driving the kids to Jazzercise yesterday. I looked in the rear view mirror at Eva and Vincent, like I always do. My heart filled with gratitude and joy at the sight of the two, who look like twins. I smiled and said, “I love you guys so much. God Bless Eva and Vincent!!”
Eva replied, “And God Bless our missing Daddy.”
I explained immediately that Daddy wasn’t missing. In fact, he was on the boat, providing for the family he loves so much.