SOLSC 31/31 #sol15



March is finally over and no, it did not go by fast…Maybe it was the relentless cold and never-melting snow, maybe some tough times at school, maybe just that March is my least favorite month, but am I glad it’s finally over! The daily writing was a bright spot, although I had a couple of days when I did not feel like writing at all because I was so tired until I actually started writing, and then it was ok.  I wrote every day and loved reading other slicers’ thoughts, reflections, and observations.  I made at least three comments every day and tried to make them meaningful and thoughtful.  One day I posted a few minutes past the midnight deadline, so I won’t be able to do my pledge tomorrow, still, I feel a real sense of accomplishment and I thank you all for the encouragement and support.  I have started my students blogging and many of them have really enjoyed it.  And this was all because of this March SOL challenge – thank you, Two Writing Teachers!  I hope I can meet many of you at the October Saturday Reunion.  I may even drive on my own if there are plans for a NYC get together afterward.  I would love to meet all of you in person.  The connection was real, words do make a difference, they open our hearts, and when that happens, we are all better persons. 

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5 thoughts on “SOLSC 31/31 #sol15

  1. I love this sentence, because I agree, it is absolutely true:
    The connection was real, words do make a difference, they open our hearts, and when that happens, we are all better persons.
    That’s why I love March (even though all the reasons that you listed not to are absolutely true as well. 🙂
    b

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  2. Oh, those days we don’t feel like writing, but when we sit down we realize we can do it. I think that is one of the things that always amazing me about this challenge; at the end of it there are always a few nuggets that would have slipped away if I hadn’t sat down to write.

    Yay, March!
    Cathy

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