Burning wood to keep the haiku warm.

burning wood
a fireplace full of ash
sacrifices keep us warm



So this year for National Blog Posting Month, Team Tiny Peppers who do Nano Poblano are mixing it up a little. Instead of following prompts or encouraging us all to write and blog every day, they are setting forth a different challenge or idea. Participants are committing to 30 days of blog activities: 10 days of making posts, 10 days of reading/commenting, and 10 days of sharing posts through any other platform.

I think this is a great idea. And I think that even if you aren’t blogging you can support blogs this month by reading 10 different bloggers and sharing 10 different blog posts throughout the month of November. If you are going to do that leave me a comment below. There is a name for those who encourage us, and I will tell it to you if you comment. If you are going to blog for 10 days in November, use the tag #NanoPoblano2019 so that we can find you and support you. Also, follow the links in the first paragraph.

salmon colored sunset,bright sunset,the sun setting in america,pink sunset,

16 thoughts on “Burning wood to keep the haiku warm.

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    • Thank you so much for reading and for leaving me a comment. I know how hard it is to be a supportive blogger. We all want more follows and comments, but then struggle to comment on other blogs. That’s why I think the goal of commenting on 10 blogs this month is great. I’m glad you agree!

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