And on the 31st Day, She Rested

So if you’re a regular here, you may have noticed an increase in volume, lately.

For the second year in a row, I took up the challenge of Holidialies.

Posted every got-dang day from December 7 until today.

It wasn’t hard.

It wasn’t easy.

It was a beautiful motivational tool, one which “made” me write at a time of year when it would be easiest to put it off.  A time of year when I probably need to write the most.

I am grateful to Jette & Chip, the people who give their own time to make Holidailies happen.

I’m very thankful and slightly a-blush that 3 of my posts were deemed  “Best of Holidailies“-worthy.

I thank everyone who came over from the site to check me out.  I am thankful for the new (to me)  writers I found there.

And now, I’m going to take a nap.

(I’m probably lying.  I’m a terrible napper.  I am, however, an incredible pisser-away of time, so I’ll probably just go with my strengths.)

12 responses to “And on the 31st Day, She Rested

  1. regardless of ‘hard’ vs ‘easy’, it was funny as hell, and i enjoyed it very much! happy new year!

  2. Piss away darlin’, you deserve it! I loved being able to read you so much.

  3. Kept me going Gin. Kept me going.

  4. Bravo, Ginny, bravo. 😉

  5. I’ll miss reading you every day.

  6. You did a great job with Holidailies!

  7. Thank you for doing Holidailies. I love it so when you write so often 🙂

  8. I think I need to do something like that, force myself to write every day. Otherwise I just get lazy, let other things get in thr way.

  9. I really enjoyed your daily posts…. don’t make us wait too long for another one ginny

  10. rest up there Ginny, i want daily posts during he Winter Olympics.

  11. I don´t have the ballz to do holidailies. I should, but I don´t.

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