Monday, November 30, 2009

Wow, I did it! I made it through NaBloPoMo, postin' like a mofo, shootin' out my mojo, keepin' it on the down-low.

I apologize for that last bit. I'm just excited to have made it. I promise not to inflict my lame "rhymes" on you again.

Like some guy said one time,* my month of daily postings will end not with a bang, but a whimper. I wanted to put together a video of the kids for the last day of the month, but instead of editing video tonight, I met with some of my fellow students to hammer out a potential panel we want to propose for a conference (a.k.a. grad school stuff). Business before blogs, as the saying goes. It doesn't. I just coined that on the spot. I'm spinning out magic over here, people. Blog magic!

Speaking of magic...GOB Bluth!

So, this is the final countdown (see what I did there?? Huh?) to NaBloPoMo, but I think it's taught me a few lessons, just like DJ Tanner would have learned. For one, writing every day is hard, but it's not that hard. So I think I'm going to try to post more often, even when I'm really busy. Because the other thing I've learned is that I get a lot out of posting on this blog. I thanked my readers a few days ago, so I won't embarrass us all by doing so again.

Okay, I lied. Thanks! You're the best.

*Actual way one of my students introduced a quote in an academic paper once.


Audrey said...

I, for one, completely enjoyed reading your daily posts. I always think it's a good to keep the neighbor's informed.

paul said...

As a magician, GOB is my hero. I can't believe you would make fun of him. COME ON!

Amy Tracy said...

I loved knowing there would be a daily posting. I'm a Tig Web junkie :)

megs said...

Yay for blogmentum! I've lost it all, but I also want to post more for the same reasons. AND I made a Tanner (to Danny) reference to day to our Nanny completely out of the blue, before I'd read this post.

We are living parallel lives. And are nerds.

megs said...

Also! Blogmentum! I hope you keep it up. I loved knowing there would be a post from you every day, and you're the only blogger I read who was doing Nablopomo, too.