The Bad News and the Good News

I have participated in 31 days of slicing on #SOL22. This is the final day – Day 31. I have loved every minute of it! Thanks to the twowritingteachers team for providing this space for us to write, share, and grow together! Warmest regards….Lynne

The bad news is that it’s over today. No more stretching my writing muscles every day.

The good news is that I plan to keep writing on my blog three or four times a week.

The bad news is that I promised I would do that last year and didn’t.

The good news is that I am determined to keep my promise this time.

The bad news is that I won’t get ideas from other bloggers on Slice every day.

The good news is I can still go back and read posts I have not yet explored.

The bad news is I won’t have Clare, Bob (Areja), Stacey, Rita, and other visiting Slicers to cheer me on with encouraging comments.

The good news is I can find them and other Slicer friends on Tuesdays throughout the year!

I’m looking forward to #SOL23! See you next March!

5 thoughts on “The Bad News and the Good News

  1. Lynne, it was so good reconnecting. I always enjoy your posts and learn so much from them. Thanks for all of your kind and encouraging comments. Hope you and Ralph have free time and can get tickets for Hershey. Take care my friend.

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  2. Lynne, I’ve long been an admirer of your work. I’m so glad we were able to connect on SOL. Whether narrative or informational, your slices were always beautifully crafted and enjoyable. It was also fun to learn the various things we have in common. Thank you for all your positive responses. It really encouraged me. You do so much to impact writing! I’ll be looking for your slices on Tuesdays throughout the year. Sending love and good wishes your way.

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  3. The good news is I love this format! The bad news is I cannot try it out tomorrow. The good news is I can try it on one Tuesday soon!
    I’ve enjoyed some of your Slices that I got to read. I also plan to come back and finish reading EACH AND EVERY SLICE from Day 1. I hope I get to that!

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