Saturday, February 03, 2007

Sunday Scribblings #44 and #45

Good bye and Hello. This is my last post on this blog. What a beautiful and life changing journey!!!

The chronicles of a 44 year old woman. One post a day for a year. 44 words each day. 365 posts complete.

Want to play too? Click here for more information on becoming a fellow 365'er.

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To see/read this 365 blog in its entirety click here.

17 comments:

gautami tripathy said...

This is interesting..

gautami
rooted.

Regina Clare Jane said...

Wow- this is so cool! I can't even imagine knowing 365 people, let alone writing about them!
6 more to go!

megan said...

great idea...looks like you've woven a bit of a tapestry of these tidbits.

Bridgett said...

Ok, I'm intrigued. And confused.

lolololo said...

Bridgett,

Sunday Scribblings is an on line writing group. Click on the link to read more about it.

Sometimes I write a Sunday Scribble through my other blog In Otter Space. This week's topic was "Chronicles" and my 365 is just that.

Lisa

P.S.Stay tuned Tuesday to clear up the confusion on the count. ;)

lolololo said...

Hello my fellow Sunday Scribblers,

Guatami Tripathy,
It has been a life changing experience.

Regina,
When I first saw this project that is what I thought too. But guess what, there about 300 people I know have left out and probably another 150 that will come to mind later.

Megan,
Thank You. This is my tapestry and I'm proud of it. Especially now that it is almost complete. During the course of the past year I have had my doubts about finishing it. But pheew I'm almost there!

Happy Writing,
Lisa

Helen said...

Can you animate that otter to give a drum roll as you head into the grand finale tomorrow?

The "Dancing with Architecture" blog sounds like a great idea. I'll be reading your posts for sure, and maybe joining in.

lolololo said...

Helen,
You are FUNNY!

I'm a little nervous about Dancing About Architecture which is a good thing. I find most projects/jobs that cause my heart to beat faster have been good things.

Frances said...

Way cool.
I'm going to explore your blog further.
Waving at you from New York,
Frances

Indigo Bunting said...

I have listed this blog as a link on the new one I hope to start (you can get there via my 365). If you don't want to be listed there, please let me know.

Bongga Mom said...

Congratulations on your accomplishment! I'm only sad that I had to find your blog at the end of it, rather than at the beginning.

hundred and one said...

I stumbled across this challenge in the middle of last year and toyed with the idea of taking it up - I never did. I still love the idea though so I just might do it this year.

Good bye!

GreenishLady said...

Lisa! You reached 365. I'd almost forgotten about this project. Congratulations! Now I can bookmark this and read back over the past few months! Well done.

Cate said...

Congratulations, Lisa! This is a wonderful accomplishment--a gift to yourself and a gift to all of us! I love these little jewels.

Lisa said...

This has been such a cool project! Congrats!

GeL(Emerald Eyes) said...

Hi Lisa,
I admit to picking you out of the list on Sun. Scribblings at this late date in the week, when my energy is waning because I can't possibly read all of the wonderful posts, due to your cool blog name "lololo" (is there another lo?)

Well, after that loooooooooong preface, congrats for your journey! Never heard of that project. I'll read your archives here and hopefully find if you have another blog by checking out your profile. (Oh, I just saw it shown in the comment thread. :)

You're creatively lucky the SS prompt fit your post!
GeL 500 Miles Goodbye is here

pmicucci said...

Lisa, My Aunt is Pat Micucci. She wants to know how you are doing. She is still alive in Chicago. Pls send response to me at patrickmicucci@yahoo.com. Regards, Patrick Micucci