Sunday, 3 November 2013

The November Challenge: they're off!

Update: The thought-full Amy has joined our November bloggistes- visit her over at Considering Lilies, and feed up on food for thought...
 
 
Under starter's orders and the November bloggistes are off to a flying with the blustery leaves start!  I have been trying for half an hour now to add a blogroll to my sidebar with no success, so here is a little post from me on the places to find those cheering us with daily wit and wisdom in November:

Pom Pom at Pom Pom's Ponderings

MK at Through a Glass, Darkly

Kezzie at KezzieAG

Ang at Tracing Rainbows

Dormouse between View from the Teapot and Fat Dormouse Getting Thinner

Obviously we will be most understanding when the pressures of real life preclude  post on absolutely every single one of thirty days, and will contain our disappointment. Another criterion for this little November Challenge is that we, the adoring public, will comment daily. And the last and most exciting criterion is that we will send prizes for the daily blogging in November, as a small token of our gratitude for the brightening of our days as winter descends! (Or for the rays of summer sunshine if you are reading this on the other side of the world!)

Now, off to catch some W&W...

6 comments:

Pom Pom said...

Yay for all the good reads in Blog Land this November! Thank you, good Mags!
Yes, the sister houses have lame porches, just cement slabs. You'd need a wooden porch for sure! We like our back porch (introverts) better than the front.
Oh, I'm so sorry that your weather is bleak. We are coming to Belfast in June (somewhere in the 20's) and I won't mind a bit if it rains and rains.

Kezzie said...

Hurrah! Thanks for the impetus to join in with this! (and naughty me, I joined a November challenge as well to get ideas!!!) Looking forward to reading. I am presuming you are doing it too!?!?x

Betty said...

This is fun - quite a challenge to post every day. I will try to comment often! Betty

Kezzie said...

I cannot believe you don't like lentils?? My husband makes them really tasty!!! Oh and of course, don't worry about prizes!!! I thought that was a joke!!! It's nice for you to have prompted this challenge!x

Francesca Edesia said...

I love lentils, especially the red ones. I use the brown ones for Sicilian cooking and the red ones for Indian cooking.

www.saucysiciliana.blogspot.com

Gumbo Lily said...

I'm glad your challenge wasn't "No Shave November."