As I sat type-type-typing away on my recliner this Sunday morning, my dear wife Karen looked over from the couch and said, “Is this the last day of Nano Poblano?”
No tone. Straightforward question.
Yes, dear, said I. She had me. Yes, I was indeed going up my email notifications, last night to right now, trying to catch up on the last batch of Team Pepper posts by bloggers I’ve become acquainted with this month of November. Like, do I? Comment, will I?
Quite the month it’s been, yes?
Our three blog hops were wildly successful, in my humble opinion.
There’s still the rest of today for you to participate in the contest portion of The Name Game by clicking the link above and sending me your guesses.
I hope November has been fruitful for you all.
I appreciated every day, even the one that resulted in some piling on in a comment section or three. I’m not the confrontational sort, you see, but weigh in I did. I took my hosting role seriously. Thank you, Sheena of Not a Punk Rocker, for getting me involved in the first place. And Rarasaur for moving the group so much in 2013.
Hey, I will forever remember November, 2014, as the month I became Captain Poblano.
Thank you so much for that wonderful illustration, Wormy.
I plan to continue to visit your blogs, say hi, talk back and forth. I hope you’ll drop by here, too. The welcome mat is always out. My goal, here and there, is to converse as if we were sitting across from each other at the local diner. Or bar. Or in one of our living rooms. Let’s be lively about these lives of ours.
But I also plan to spend more time on my freelance work, and the pursuit of possible 40-hour-per-week employment. That’s life as I know it since the layoff from the big daily in January 2013. Write, write, write, search, send, hope.
Wouldn’t it be interesting to add “Nano Poblano Host” to my resume? Hmmmm. Something to consider in this media-savvy world of ours.
What would be your perfect short, sweet and accurate description for my job performance as host for Team Pepper?