During April, I'm participating in the Blogging from A to Z challenge -- one alphabet-themed post per day, starting with A is for Aruba Aftermath and ending with Z is for ... I don't know yet what Z is for, I'll figure it out when I get there.
You know that trope about guys never reading the directions? Um, this time, that would be me. So, I just read in Ellen's blog that one of the tips for participating in this blogging from A to Z challenge was to plan your posts out in advance. Huh? You mean you're supposed to have planning time? I had just found out about the challenge on Day 1 from her blog, which is why I've always been one day behind. But I've been writing these on the fly. In real time. 24 hours max, each. I thought the challenge was to write to a deadline! It certainly was that, for me. But it really was just about inspiration and consistency; you were supposed to have time to plan and write in a more relaxed way. No wonder I've been feeling like my posts for this series have been a little rough around the edges! Leave it to me to take something very easy, and make it very hard!
Then and now: sailing Baja nine years later
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