The 28th Day

Today is the last and final post of the Brave, Bold, Blogger Challenge (BBBC) 2017 that was challenged and hosted by Kathy at When I first came across the Facebook post by FuzzyGalore, I thought why not. I needed a kick in the butt to get my writing mojo back. Boy, it sure had me kicking and screaming some nights. Some prompt were an emotional challenge for me. Other nights, I just wanted to curl up on the couch after a long day at work and veg mindlessly. However, since I can be stubborn, I got every post written on time.

This challenge made me realize I do miss writing. However, writing every day can be exhausting. So, I will try my hardest to get back to writing weekly. To help me to come up with prompt for the weekly post, I’m giving my audience a chance to ask me questions or pick topic they would like me to write about. I can be anything about solo traveling, motorcycle, grief or local history in Southern California. Post your questions in the comment section. This idea is stolen from FuzzyGalore as well but I have to say I will not do video presentation in response to your questions (too self-conscious to watch myself on the video).

Oh, you may wonder what today’s prompt was? “The February image on your wall calendar”. I do have a wall calendar but it has no pictures on it. 🙂

5 thoughts on “The 28th Day

  1. You could do the video and not edit or watch it….

    No questions though the Cajon Pass area looks pretty interesting. I didn’t think anyone lived near the summit or at least never noticed any lights when traversing it. Then again this was all around 40 years ago…

    I’ve enjoyed the posts, thank you!

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  2. While not having original writing skills, I too for several years copied what I called “My Morning Read” from the Poet “Javan”. His writing put the feeling of life that he had shared that many identified with or were going through currently in their lives. Over several years this became quite tedious and was more responsibility that I wanted to take on.
    So I understand what this last month had meant to you… And in some small way made me appreciate my friend.

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