What Rhymes with NaPoWriMo?

For the past two Aprils I have participated in the A-to-Z writing challenge, where one writes 26 posts for the month, following an alphabetical theme of some sort. I had a wonderful idea for this year’s challenge but, alas, it didn’t get past the wonderful idea phase. Maybe next year.

But this year – well, just today – I decided to participate in NaPoWriMo, the National Poetry Writing Month. The challenge is similar. Write a new poem each day for a month. I may not post all of these poems, but I will share at least some of them.

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Chules likes the “industrial” style of my new kitchen floor. He can scratch it up to his heart’s content, and it will just add to the “look.” 

I’ve been neglecting the blog lately as I’ve been focusing on my seemingly never-ending kitchen redo project. This week, I finally installed the new flooring. I’m very proud that I managed to reduce my sitting-on-the-floor to standing transition time by several seconds. And I think the floor turned out well, too.

So now I’ve got ‘til Sunday to locate my poetry muse, dust her off, and convince her to join me in this endeavor. I wonder where she wandered off to…

About Maggie C

Stained glass artist, writer, respecter of life.
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10 Responses to What Rhymes with NaPoWriMo?

  1. The new flooring looks terrific. I find I enjoy my blog best when it is part of but not in charge of my day. All my best to you. Thank you.

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  2. Here’s to finding your poetry muse. Have fun with it!

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  3. Peggy Lemmer says:

    The floor looks great! So does Chules. As far as the muse goes, your definitely on your own. 🙂 Maybe Sebastian can help.

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  4. Yeah! I’m glad for your floor and that you’re doing this. I also decided one day before April started. This kind of decisions are the best. 🙂

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