The New Year is a time for resolutions and starting fresh, so why not start with a challenge to kick off the new year! I have come up with the #2014bloggerchallenge. The challenge is to write a blogpost twice a month about different topics. The #2014bloggerchallenge posts will go live during the 1st and the 3rd weeks of each month. Everyone who signs up will be sent an email with the post topics. The topic ideas are there to give you new ideas and encourage you to write about things you wouldn't normally write about.
Well, I've done it again. I've joined yet another blog challenge. Which is probably good, as it's been awhile since I've blogged regularly on all 5 of my blogs. Sometimes you need a kick start.
I'm at #388 on a list of 409 bloggers who signed up for the challenge over at Another Girly Blog. Gaby wrote the post about the challenge back in Nov, giving us all time to gear up. Several weeks later, she sent out emails with the topic...again giving us time to write our post. However, I'm just now on January 1, writing my post. Life's been busy is my excuse.
Welcome to 2014, and the challenge. I'm looking forward to getting out and about and visiting lots of new blogs and making new blog friends.
The topic for the first post of the #2014BloggerChallenge is going to be "New Years Inspiration" - the idea is that instead of writing new years resolutions on your blog you share a quote or a picture that inspires you and you think will inspire others in the New Year.
That little logo, inspires me. It inspires many others as well. Why? It represents kindness, caring, and loving hands coming together to accomplish something that is near and dear to my heart. It's the logo for my charity. It's a ministry that reaches homeless people in need. It reaches Men, Women, and Children living out doors in central Ohio; as well as those living in temporary shelter situations. For 5 years knitters and crocheters and others have used their time and talents to keep people warm with making and donating hats, scarves, mittens, slippers, and other warm items. Through a wonderful team effort we've been able to warm thousands of people in 3 different family shelters, people in food lines, and people living outdoors....under bridges and beyond. If you knit, or crochet, or want to be a part of something that truly matters...check out the blog HERE. (the logo is also an active link). You do not need to knit or crochet to help.
**edited to add, please folks kill your captcha's, when trying to visit lots of blogs it's beyond a nuisance and time consuming**