Well, dears, today ends 30 days of Blogvembering. Went by pretty fast, no? I enjoyed every minute of it, even those moments when I was about to drift off into sleep and recalled with panic that I forgot to blog. And I admit to cheating when those times happened by combining days, but a blog post is a blog post. Don’t sue me because I’ll represent myself and win, owing to several years of watching lawyer shows. Anyway. It was a pleasure. And it was awesome to be mostly regular with blogging, which is what I try to shoot for. What I learned:
- I honestly don’t prefer blogging on the WordPress app on my phone. You know? Is that weird? I like the clickety clack of an actual keyboard when I’m chatting with you. Phones are for Pinterest rabbit holes and sending social media screenshots to your
enablersfriends. Not blogging. Next time, I’ll set aside time to actually get in front of my laptop rather than my phone.
- There were days when I had nothing to say. Like life. So a photo blog post was the next best thing. They really are worth 1,000 words.
- There were days when I had plenty to say. But peering down at my phone to type…I just wasn’t about that life. So we’ll revisit those discarded topics for general bloggery.
- November actually came through. What a concept.
It was fun. And now, because it’s also Wednesday, let’s end with one of our favorite features, shall we?
Do you know this guy?
Let me provide a reminder.
Yes. That smoldering face from the first photo was your first crush and my forever boo: Zach Morris, the star of Saved by the Bell. Mark-Paul Gosselaar. He’s aged well, no? Like unrecognizable well. Anyway, grown man status. Those memories of sitting in front of the TV, chin in palm, dreamy-eyed and wishing I attended Bayside High will never fade. Happy Wednesday, MPG. We’ll always have The Max.
Bon Wednesday and thanks for your support during Blogvember. Onwards and upwards…
2 Replies to “Blogvember #30: The Final Day.”
That’s not weird at all. I have never tried blogging via my phone app. I only use it for last minute editing and interactions.
Haha. Photo posts. That’s an idea I can get behind. More power 💪🏾.