(Some of you may have noticed this post already in your readers. The lesson there is to not tinker with your blog at 3 a.m., because you will screw something up.)
As I set out to do on June 1, I have written 30 posts in the month’s 30 days, which means I’ve successfully completed the challenge of National Blog Posting Month.
OK. It’s possible that I’ve cheated along the way. I’ve pretty much abandoned this month’s theme (permissible, I think), and I’ve also put up some real crap along the way (a NaBloPoMo necessity.) But I’ve also written pretty good posts about Helen Thomas, the Phish show we saw at Blossom and, with the help of my friend Kelly, some good stuff about college football.
But what I didn’t do was complete those 30 posts in 30 consecutive days. Which kinda is the whole idea of NaBloPoMo.
Or is it?
I am turning to you guys to help me decide whether or not I can count this as a successful NaBloPoMo month for Uncle Crappy. I’m hoping I can trouble you to offer your vote in the poll that follows; if you have other thoughts, please leave ’em in the comments.
Thank you for your help. I’ll put up yet another post tonight to discuss the results.