Sunday, April 27, 2008

I'm copying Mom

A little over a month ago, she promised to post at least once daily on her blog right up until the beginning of Pesach. Truth is, I thought she was nuts to commit to something like that at that particular time. But she kept her word, and her posts were varied, creative and interesting.

So now I'd like to try the same thing, but on a much smaller scale. I could never commit to a month of daily posts(I am always experiencing writer's block). I'm going to try my darnedest to post daily until Yom Ha'atzmaut, which this year comes out on May 8 on the secular calendar. That's only 12 posts. And they can be short.

Really short.

So let's give it a whirl, shall we?

At the same time, I'll also be working on my Sixty Reasons I Love Living in Israel post, to be published on Yom Ha'atzmaut in honor of Israel's 60th. That's 5 a day.

Feel free to add your ideas for that list (I have no problem going over 60 if I need to).

2 comments:

mother in israel said...

I don't know if I would have kept it up, were it not for your "reminders." I'm glad you enjoyed it. It helps to jot down ideas when they come up. I always have a backlog of ideas, but I'm not always in the mood to write them up.

Jack said...

If you try and write every day it does become easier.