Write 31 Days Challenge Roll Call

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 I can’t believe October starts this week–it seems as if I just declared my word of the year last month and now October and the Write 31 Days challenge starts in three days!  How about you?  Do you plan on accepting the challenge to write and post each day in October?  I had lofty plans of having posts written up months in advance so that I’d only have to do quick edits and final formatting each day.

That didn’t happen.  I am ready to reveal my final button, though, and we’d love to hear about your experiences with the challenge–either this year or last year.  So for today’s link up, feel free to link up your current landing page/post for the 2015 challenge, or your landing page/post for a previous Write 31 Days challenge in addition to something inspiring you’ve written this week!

I know some of you will write about tough topics this year (that would describe my topic as well).  Use the comments section to let us know if you’d like specific prayer for your journey.  My daughter and I will work together to write our 31 Days challenge–it’s not my story alone to share, and I’m so glad she has agreed to take part! Please pray for both of us as we write and learn and share our story in the hopes that it will help others.

Inspire Me Monday Instructions

What’s your inspirational story? Link up below, and don’t forget the 1-2-3s of building community:

1. Link up your most inspirational post from the previous week (just ONE, please).

2. Vist TWO other contributors (especially the person who linked up right before you) and leave an encouraging comment.

3. Spread the cheer THREE ways! Tweet something from a post you read, share a post on your Facebook page, stumble upon it, pin it or whatever social media outlet you prefer–just do it!

Please link back to this week’s post or add the button to your post so that we can spread the inspirational cheer :).

I found inspiration for my Monday at #inspirememondays. Join us! (tweet this)

So, go ahead! Take the plunge and share your most inspiring post with us!

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Anita currently teaches English to 7th-12th graders. She describes herself as a ‘recovering cancer caregiver’ who gives thanks daily that her husband has been cancer-free for ten years.

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