Here's my reflections post for the A-to-Z Blogging Challenge:
The quick brown fox has jumped over the lazy dog.
This month I learned that:
People were very supportive of my career choice, I'm not the only one who fears blog stagnation, there are Browncoats everywhere, people were very supportive of my most recent career development, maybe etc means more than we think, free is relative term, that my girlfriend isn't as thrilled about my photo choices as I am, Pulp are as great as ever, people were very supportive of my drawing, you can write a piece all about conversation that contains no dialogue, it doesn't matter that kommand is not real word, awards are better when people have invested an interest by nominating an eventual winner, not everyone is as obsessed with film DVDs as I am, my memories and reviews of a seven year old play are possibly not a good A-to-Z post, red soup with couscous is lovely and Thai green curry pizza is not, smutty photography is funny, nobody answered questions 2, 3, 5, 6, 8, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 22, 23, 24, 25 or 26 correctly, I'm not the only person who likes rhinos, 1995 is longer ago than I would like to admit, not everyone is as obsessed with TV DVDs as I am, a semi-identified UFO is a SIFO, Vegetarians sometimes fear meat and meat eaters sometimes fear vegetarians, there's no wrong reason to write, there are Browncoats absolutely everywhere, I'm coming to visit you, the answers to the quiz...
I wrote 26 posts, which got 210 comments and I'm very grateful for the time people took to make them. I also got 47 spam comments. My favourites of which were the rather prosaic "The mistake can here?" or "Today is good poorly, isn't it?" The rest were a mix of gibberish and dodgy links. I think it's time to turn word verification back on...
Would I do it again next year? Absolutely.
Would I have an overarching theme to tie all my posts together? Probably.