I think I ate some bad cheese.
It’s about the only way I can explain it. Some of you might remember last June when I joined a blogging challenge hosted by Nicky and Mike over at We Work For Cheese.
The premise was simple — blog for the entire month of June, using a bunch of prompts which ranged from easy to bizarre.
Since then I’ve casually asked Nicky — OK, pestered might be a better word — about doing this challenge again. Why? Because it really challenged me as a writer and a blogger. It made me think a bit about posts. And it was, truly fun and rewarding.
In theory, this sounded like a great idea to do one more time.
What the hell was I thinking?
Here we are on the doorstep to this challenge — this time but 28 days in February — and I’m clueless on some of the topics.
As I did with the last one, I’ll be posting each day with the challenge. However, I have some things I run on certain days (Snapshot Saturday and the monthly book review I am doing for the reading contest I am in), so I’ll be doubling up on those days.
That means a lot of blogging will be coming.
The themes for this go around of the challenge are as follows:
- Hold on
- And the next thing I knew
- You better put out
- 15 minutes
- The mayor
- Road trip
- The day I met Abraham Lincoln
- Where can I get a good blintz?
- Or else
- Whatever, dude
- Home at last
- Little things
- The other shoe
- Last train
- Fact or Fiction
- Deal with it
- And that’s why I got drunk
- Is that all
I have ideas for some of them already. Others, no clue. But, as I did last time, some will be true, some will be fun, some will be fiction. It depends on how I can interpret each theme throughout the month of February.
Also like the first time — I plan on finishing. I like that this will challenge me and I look forward to it.
So stick with me this month and this is the warning of what is to come. Hopefully, I can figure a way to intertwine some of my normal topics into these themes.
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