A Blogging Sabbatical

It’s been a whirlwind week! We listed our house on Wednesday, and by Thursday we had four offers! We accepted the offer that was best for us, and I can say that we literally sold our house in one day!

We must be out of this house by April 29th, so that puts me in need of a blogging sabbatical until we get settled in our new house. We will have to store our household goods for a couple weeks and live in a motel until we can close on the new house… which hasn’t been found yet. We set off on that adventure on Tuesday morning.

So, I’m asking my regular poetry challenge participants to keep writing a weekly poem until I get back. (No submission forms) Feel free to link to this post, or not, whatever works best for you. Choose your own words and keep using the syllabic forms: Haiku, Senryu, Haiga, Tanka, Haibun, Cinquain, Etheree, Nonet, and Shadorma. Choose your own words and just have fun. I’ll stop in and comment when I can.

I do have a blog tour post and an interview scheduled for later in April, but other than that, this blog will remain fairly quiet.

As soon as I have a date where I’ll have regular WiFi again, I let you all know and restart the challenge. The main thing is for you to keep writing poetry! I’ll pop in as often as I can to stay in touch. Remember…

“My writing, it’s my way of making sense of everything. My way to feel whole. May I never be complete and may I never feel content – please, let me always have the need, always have the urge to write. ” 
― Charlotte Eriksson

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