A Bit of Joy

When I decided to start a blog, it was on a whim, thinking that maybe, just maybe, I would try to write every Tuesday for the SOL. Then the challenge went out. I pondered writing everyday. Would I be able to find something to write about for 31 days?

For several days I went to the instructions and thought about the challenge. I stared at the form to register. The final call went out and I gave it one more thought. Why not?

What I can’t believe is that I have found something to write about every day and have now reached day 15! And in the process I have been fed by the responses of other writers. I enjoy the process. Although I sometimes struggle to find something worthwhile to write about, I still enjoy the process.

Thank you to everyone that has read my posts and taken the time to give me feedback. It means so much and makes me seek out others’ posts to read, ponder and respond to.

Author: hansonberries

As a teacher of sixth graders, ma special place is my classroom; my home-away-from-home. My first home I share with my husband, our dog Quincy, two cats, and my tortoise friend, Misha. I also have been blessed with a horse named Arjay. We have three adult children and five grandchildren, the joy of our lives. Life is good. I am an equestrian, a writer, a reader, a gardener, and I repurpose furniture.

3 thoughts on “A Bit of Joy”

  1. Congrats on reaching the Ides of March! What a great challenge and experience this is. The process is the important part – the fact that you are writing each and every day. I enjoy the community of writers that the SOL Challenge brings together too.

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  2. It sounds like you have found great joy in the process. Good for you for taking this challenge!! I certainly have enjoyed your perspective.

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