Well done, everyone (sound of crowd cheering)! Congratulations, and many thanks for your terrific entries in this month’s What I Learned From… writing project. ‘Way to go, Y’all!
That’s right; it’s been yet another great turnout for this month’s topic: The World of Sports; a total of
18 [late breaking entry] 19 entries in all! (Alas, we didn’t reach the 30 I was going for *sob*. But what the heck; there’s always next time…)
Once again, I am honored by your participation; particularly by the excellence of your entries (and interesting diversity of writing styles, too). As always, I’d like to express my heartfelt thanks for your quality contributions to the General Body of Knowledge!
So, without further ado (because as you know, further do would make no sense whatsoever!), here’s the entire list of entries (more-or-less in order of
Do yourself a favor and take the time to check them all out. What the heck; drop by each author’s site and start a conversation, why don’cha! Each and every one finishes the phrase:
What I Learned From…
… (that’s all; just “What I Learned From…”), by Jackie Cameron at Consult Cameron
… Bloggers Who Think Differently, by Robin McMaster at Brain Based Biz
… Failure, by Pickel at My Two Boys
… Umpires: Calling Balls and Strikes, by GL Hoffman at What Would Dad Say
… Challenge, by Bob, at “Bob” Uncensored
… The World of Sports, by Jim Austin at Famous Quotes – Famous Sayings
… Sports, by Denise Kincy at Freelancing Journey
… Cricket, by Trevor Hampel at Trevor’s Writing
… The World of Sports, by Karin H. at Kiss Business Too
… High School Football, by Sterling Camden at Chip’s Quips
… Being a Bad Wrestler, by Brad Shorr at Word Sell, Inc.
… Quitting, by Sam Brougher at Your Scared Seductive System
… Old Man Soccer, by Jon Swanson at Levite Chronicles
… Sending My Akido Partner Through a Plate Glass Window, by Jean Browman at Transforming Stress to Power
… The World of Sports, by Lillie Amman at A Writer’s Words, and Editor’s Eye
… the language of Football, by Joanna Young at Confident Writing
… High School Sports, by Anna Lenardson at Anna’s Attic
… Youth Hockey, by Mike DeWitt at Spooky Action
And of course -
… My First (and Only) Home Run, by Robert Hruzek at Middle Zone Musings
Y’all give yourselves a big hand, my friends; and as always, a big tip o’ the hat to ya!
So… what’s next month’s topic going to be, you ask? Well… that would be telling!
BUT (and that’s a really big “but”), since it’s the opening of a brand new year, January’s writing project is going to have a little different spin to it. Stay tuned… film at 11.
Don’t worry; it’ll be fun (he said, rubbing his hands together and chuckling maniacally to himself).