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Tuesday, December 31, 2013

Kickin' It Old Skool - the end

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Kickin'It Old Skool, Day 31
Yay!! We kicked it through the holidays. We kicked it through ice storms. We kicked it all month long! Give yourself a gold star - or a turquoise star or a fuchsia one! It's time to celebrate! What would you like to celebrate about this month and Kickin' It Old Skool?

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To celebrate the transition from old to new year Ron and I walked a beach labyrinth at sunrise this morning, made by friends. It's becoming a tradition, 4th time this Dec. 31:

I want to thank Jamie & Shannon Ridler for organizing this blog-a-thon. Also thanks to everyone who participated and commented on each other's blogs. I've tried to visit as much as possible and ended up following quite a few new blogs! Yay for meeting new friends and their blogs, and for reconnecting to old friends and their blogs.

I really liked getting back into blogging again. I didn't succeed in participating every day because of various reasons, but that doesn't matter! It was fun and I want to try to stay more active this coming year.
Therefore my question for you all: do you have tips for memes to do? Prompts to find? Anything fun to help me keep blogging?

A new year's wish from me for everyone that participated and the readers of my blog:
all the best to you and yours and I hope to see you again in 2014 (and after).

6 comments:

  1. I agree, this was fun. I was not a blogger before but really enjoyed the experience. I was thinking the same thing about finding memes and questions to keep blogging. There are a couple of good books I saw at Barnes & Noble yesterday that I might get. One was different inspirational quotes and the other was a book of lists. Happy New Year to you!

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  2. Yes, this was a blast and just what I needed to jump start writing my blog posts more consistently! To answer your question, I search online for journaling prompts and have accumulated quite a few, so I am going to use these as resources to keep me posting daily! Best wishes for a wonderful New Year! (and I LOVE your sand labyrinth! We are hoping for time on the beach to welcome the new year tomorrow too! )

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  3. I love your new year tradition, the beach look beautiful and so different from the scenery I have around me at the moment.

    I'll be thinking of blogging prompts too in the next little while, it such a good way to find topics to write about.

    Happy New Year!

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  4. I've loved connecting with you throughout this blog-a-thon, Tink. For ideas for writing, my friend, Chris Fraser's facebook page for her business "Firefly Creative Writing" can be a good place for prompts. And she runs a Blog-writing course that I did last year and LOVED! Don't know when she's running it next, but it could be a fun thing to check out.

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  5. Wow . . . that labyrinth looks awesome, and I must say I really like your blog and its nice meeting you.

    I hope 2014 will be a year of much happiness for you, and I'd like you to know you're welcome to follow my blog at http://theopenvase.blogspot.com/.

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  6. Happy New Year Think !
    Labyrinths are always great for brining in the new .
    Wishing you a year of magical adventure and joy.
    All the best,
    Willow

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