Since I began this month by revisiting my March 1 posts, I thought I’d bookend this month by reviewing my March 31 posts.
- 2011 Ship Under Attack!: I was on a river cruise in the Netherlands during the end of that month. There were many people suffering from bronchitis. Fortunately, my husband and I were not afflicted.
- 2012 Summing Up: This was the year that I had a very full calendar of work days, but yet I managed to fit the writing in every day. It was really one of the first times I actually admitted to myself that I am a writer. Why is that so hard for me to express and truly believe?
- 2013 Is It Just the End or a New Beginning #31: I reflected on what I noticed in my writing and how reading others affected my life.
- 2014: At Sam’s: Here was another slice of life, no reflection because this final day was on a Monday, therefore, I knew I needed a post for the following day. I saved my reflection of the month for Tuesday. Good thinking, right? 🙂
- 2015 Reverso Poem: I ended last year with a poem using Marilyn Singer’s incredible style of a poem that can be read from top down and then with changes in punctuation flipping the lines so the last line is now the first, and it still makes sense.
- 2016: It Ends – Day 31:The final posting is a look back at the last five years of final postings.
What did I notice?
- As I scrolled through the daily posts I noticed that I only had five posts without some kind of a picture. I love including photos!
- I used poetry seven times in my slices.
- I drafted a letter that will never be sent.
- The shortest post (59 words) has the most pictures (27 pictures put into collages).
- I played with using the color of the print to bring meaning to certain posts.
- My wordiest post (539 words) came from two arrogant orchids. Figures, right?
- I was amazed by the number of comments I received. It was such a delight to get up in the morning and find that comments were written after I’d gone to bed. Coffee and comments became my morning routine.
I’ve loved reading so many new blogs! I hope that you will consider stopping back by to read another slice of life from elsie who tries writing on Tuesdays, Saturdays, and every day of March.