Jesterly Challenge Month – November 30th

We made it!  And what a month it has been.  30 days and 30 posts.  Well, more than 30 posts actually because there were some bonus posts here and there throughout.  Did you have a favorite?  Did you enjoy the adventure of it all?  Are you ready for December?

For all you NaNoWriMo participants, did you get to 50,000 words?  How is your story coming along?

For all you #TeamTinyPepper Nano Poblanos, did you manage a post every day?  As you all know, I cheated and scheduled mine way in advance so the posting part was easy.  Hopefully, though, I made a good showing of myself as a #CheerPepper and visited your blogs and shared your words with the blogosphere and the twitterverse.  I know I was trying to keep up at the beginning of the month, but I’m not sure how I was going to fare with the holiday at the end.  Fingers crossed that I do/did okay.

Thank you, in all seriousness, to everyone who liked, commented, and shared any of my posts from this month.  I had a lot of fun writing and posting in such a concentrated period of time, like I used to but haven’t been able to in a year or so because excuses.  (Some legitimate and some not.)  It was a bittersweet nostalgia to be so active again and feel almost as connected to this community as I was, while also knowing it wasn’t the same and it wasn’t going to last anyway.  C’est la vie.

Hmm, since this post is supposed to be a celebration of all of our collective awesomeness, I’m not really sure what that downer tangent is about, so ignore it and get back to patting yourselves on the back, throwing streamers and confetti about your rooms, and some general awesome merriment and partying.  Know that the whole of the kingdom is applauding you for your accomplishments in November.  You are all amazing.

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7 thoughts on “Jesterly Challenge Month – November 30th

  1. Thank you for your cheeriness throughout the month! I might be encouraged to post more often now (slinks off into the shadows of the cave to contemplate such) …

  2. I totally dropped out. The shame is so bad, I changed my name and everything.

    Ok, maybe not for that reason, but still. Drop out. Bad pepper.

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