What a mess May has been. I’m trying my best to hide my disappointment. Sometimes life happens. My mother has been severely ill on two occasions this month; which put a huge wrench in my writing time. Finishing the challenge isn’t in my cards. Ironically, throughout all the up’s and down’s this month I’ve still been jotting down little story ideas. I’m also pleased with what I did write, more so than any of the previous years. When I had my dedicated writing time the words seemed flow more easy. All my practice this past year has created a more confident writer. I feel I owe a lot of that to StoryADay. Thank you, Julie for all you’ve done to keep this challenge going. You are an inspiration and you’ve given me the courage to push forward with my writing.
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