Wow! Today is the last day of the SOL challenge. It seems, this year, to have gone much more quickly.
-This year I wrote smaller. More of my posts were about “small moments”, not life-changing events. Lucy C. would be proud!
-This year I used more ideas from other slicers. It was fun commenting and reading with the thought of learning from other writers.
-This year I had more days where I didn’t know what to write. I spent more time thinking. Slowing down was a good thing.
-This year our school had more students than ever participating…around 250. And we had 25 teachers and staff writing. One of our teachers created a school blog site where we linked our post urls.
-This year I got to know the adults in our building through their writing. A community of writers was created.
-This year I wrote more about my life in general than what I do at school.
I will never forget this year’s SOL challenge.