March SOL – Day 31 (Our Last!)

 

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Today is Day 31 of the March Slice of Life – the daily writing challenge hosted at “Two Writing Teachers”.

A whole month of daily writing has zipped by. Hard to believe that we are at the end.
It has been a month of writing yes, but equally as important has been the reading of slices daily. Slices that have moved me and touched me deeply so often. I have laughed, cried, cheered. I connected with so many slices – as if they knew or had lived my story.
As I looked back over the month, I noticed several things:
*I wrote about my loved ones and memories several times
*I talked about and shared my art often
*I shared photos often as well
*I tried some poetry, even though I do not consider myself a poet at all
*I was inspired by other’s slices to try different formats
*I was honoured to have others visit and comment.
*Slices I thought would get many comments (my book bio for eg.), did not

It has been a wonderful month. It has forced me to write every day and re-ignited my desire to keep writing. It has allowed me to meet new bloggers, to learn more about many I had already met through the SOL community and be inspired.
Thank you to this wonderful SOL community – for making March such an incredible rich month of story and connection.

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(Something every slicer seems to have done all month!)

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6 thoughts on “March SOL – Day 31 (Our Last!)

  1. Nicely put. I feel exactly the same way. And also surprised how freeing it was to wander through the lives of other people and to invite them in as well. Now I suppose this means I’m officially part of the online community ;o)

  2. I know tomorrow I will wake up and wonder what’s my slice for today? Then I will remember, it’s a new month and I am back to Tuesdays and now celebrating on Saturday with Ruth Ayres. Thanks for the wonderful comments you’ve left me. We are friends and one day I may be showing up in Canada so we will have to go out for dinner, of course the husbands can come too. 🙂

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