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What is a milestone?
- ‘a stone set up beside a road to mark the distance in miles to a particular place.
- 2.an action or event marking a significant change or stage in development.“the speech is being hailed as a milestone in race relations”‘ (Google.com)
Today marks a milestone in my professional career! And in keeping with my #OLW16 (Joy), I must share my joy with my readers! And I’ve also done a little bit of “spring redecorating” on my blog! (How many changes can you count?)
Oh, Happy Day!
Perhaps a celebratory video?
And a visual to help . . .
Are you ready?
What are we celebrating?
Piqued your interest?
What are we celebrating?
What does Ben Franklin represent?
And, not just one, but . . .
un, deux, trois . . .
What are WE celebrating?
My third year of participating in the March Slice of Life Challenge?
Wow! My third year.
what will I write about?
What number does Ben Franklin represent?
If you know the “bill” that he is on . . .
And, no, I didn’t say you needed one on hand to figure this out.
But today, as the March #SOL16 Challenge begins, I am joyfully celebrating. . .
A milestone . . . (drum roll and red carpet)
This is my 300th blog post!
I have published 300 posts here at “Resource-Full” in just 3 years and 4 months. What a shock! This blog began on October 28, 2012 with this post.
Thank you, readers, as I wouldn’t have continued as faithfully without readers and specifically those commenters either here or on Twitter. Thank you, SLICERS, for your continued support! What a BLESSED community! If you are new to slicing, you will soon realize that you have some of the best online friends in this community!
Tuesday is the day to share a “Slice of Life” with Two Writing Teachers. Thank you, Anna, Betsy, Beth, Dana, Deb, Kathleen, Stacey, and Tara. Check out the writers, readers and teachers here. It’s the March Slice of Life Challenge so be ready to read DAILY posts!
Tuesday is the day to share a “Slice of Life” with Two Writing Teachers. Check out the writers, readers and teachers here. Thanks to Stacey, Anna, Beth, Tara, Dana and Betsy for creating a place for us to work collaboratively.
Here and there.
Places to go,
People to see,
Things to do!
How do I eke out a few minutes for me?
Cooking and baking?
Straightening and cleaning?
Finish reading that book?
Or write a few lines?
Can I have it all?
Do I need it all?
Do I adjust my “all” and spread my goals
Over multiple days, times, and events?
Is it the holiday?
Or is it the togetherness?
The sense of family?
The security of beliefs held tightly?
and a few moments to live
a readerly life,
a writerly life,
a family life,
however YOU best decide!