I did it!
I survived . . . I think.
This was my first challenge and I have to admit it was overwhelming. I thought I would have more than enough time to visit a lot of blogs because I had all 26 posts prescheduled, and well . . . wasn't that a slap in the face? Yes, yes it was. Don't worry that slap didn't hurt, and if it did I was too tired to notice. I didn't meet hundreds of new bloggers like I thought I would, but the few I did meet are quality connections and awesome people. If I visited you, you're one of them and I like you. I like you like I like chocolate, so I'll keep coming back for more, and more, and more.
Apart from the constant 'go' I had a lot of fun visiting blogs, I woke up every morning looking forward to reading straight from your creative minds. I laughed out loud, felt all sorts of emotions, learned a lot of things, and I think most importantly I was inspired. I'm not sure what I will do different next year since time is the biggest issue. The main thing I'm keeping in mind is this: just because April is over it doesn't mean I can't still go visit A to Z challengers and keep on meeting new people. I have a whole year to catch up a bit more. Right?
Thank you everyone for making the month of April a wild fun ride and thanks to everyone who stopped by for my S.K.-word of the day. Also big thanks to the Challenge Team: Alex J. Cavanaugh, Tina at Life is Good, Jeremy at Being Retro, Nicole Ayers at The Madlab Post, Stephen Tremp, M. J. Joachim, Heather M. Gardner, Damyanti at Amlokiblogs, AJ at Naturally Sweet, Pam at An Unconventional Librarian, and the A to Z Challenge founder Arlee Bird at Tossing it Out!
Visit the A to Z Blog for a list of other Reflection posts!