The Monthly Word for NaBloPoMo is MITZVAH

Okay, so December’s theme word MITZVAH means “to express an act of human kindness”, and also in Hebrew “commandment”. Now, there’s something I can write about for days on end.

The idea of NaBloPoMo (National Blog Posting Month) is like NaNoWriMo (Nationional Novel Writing Month- November) except where you are expected to write every day and achieve 50,000 words in one month, NaBloPoMo only asks you to post to your blog once a day for a month.

I always sign up to these challenges, and fail miserably. But the way I look at it, I do much better than I would have if I didn’t try to take part!

So, Mitzvah, is the word, or theme, I am supposed to slip in every day during the month of December.

Hmmmm. We’ll see.

I know this is a bit of a lame post, but to blog every day and realise it’s actually gone midnight by the time I posted this, means I’m already not doing very well. But trying!

Oh, yes, very trying, indeed.

By the way, I still have to add up my word count for November’s NaNoWriMo. Not even sure if it’s too late to do it and “win”. And I’m waiting to hear from someone before I tell you any news about my novel’s official progress.

Hopefully, soon all will be revealed. 🙂

What I’d like to ask is why don’t we have an InSpaMo (International Spanking Month)?  Just think of the possibilities!

Don’t forget you heard it here first…

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