This first week of NaBloPoMo (and NaNoWriMo) has been an enormous challenge. Not only have I faced hardware/software issues, but work’s been frantic. freaky and frenzied, requiring long meetings away from the office and extra long days in.
I’m planning on spending some time this weekend plotting out an editorial calendar for the blog and actually introducing myself to my novel (“Are you there, Novel? It’s Me, Kim”), but in the meantime, it’s all about getting through the commitment to blog every single day, especially today and tomorrow when work threatens to drown me.
Thank you, handy-dandy folks at WordPress! While looking for quick inspiration on the site, I ran across last week’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Horizon
Horizon. The space or line where the sky meets the earth. So many places where the sky meets the earth around the world, and millions of interactions between two elements.
So I appear to be a week late and most likely $5-10 dollars short, but here’s my interpretation of Horizon. I am so in love with sky and clouds and sunsets (and of course, I work on the 72nd floor of the 2nd tallest hotel in North America), that I have quite the inventory of pictures to share with you.
So thank you, Photo Challenge. I have many memorable horizons to share. Thank you for giving me more.