Looking Beyond the Last Dance….

At some point, especially when our dancing swag steps are beginning to sway and jive with the beats of the music; especially when our shoes feel more comfortable that we are ready to start kicking and bumping like Soul Train dancers, dawn filters through and the DJ tells you that the party is over; you wonder how time flew so fast and how much fun you had whilst the beat was going on.

At some point, the party does come to a close even if you don’t feel like leaving the club πŸ˜‰
This is how Writing 101 makes me feel. Like hanging back in the warmth of these lovely beats. I am glad that I took the class!

If you are still considering whether you should participate in any forthcoming class, cease the overthinking and dawdling.

Put on your dancing shoes and just hop into the fray. I tell you, it’s one experience that you won’t regret. Soul train dancers

Writing 101 drew me out! It drew out thoughts that were under boulders begging to be let out. It set my heart free in so many ways.

I have written far more on this blog in the past few weeks than when I started in May. This is a good thing!

I met so many wonderful people/bloggers that made me happy, thoughtful, inspired, motivated and impressed.

I read posts that made me howl in laughter (and I had to share with my hubby so that he doesn’t feel left out of my merriment), posts that made my eyes well up in tears, posts that made me hunger for certain experiences….so many posts that left something behind.

I connected with so many of you and if the truth be told, the list would get too long if I should commence enlisting all the bloggers that made Writing 101 worth my while.

You all brought something to the table and my sincere thanks to every single one of you.

You are definitely Marvelous!

Please, let us stay connected beyond this class. We have a lot to learn from each other.

Wading forward:

  1. I shall spend the next few days catching up with my mails and clicking furiously in The Commons on blogs that might have escaped my views before the DJ shuts the door in my face.
  2. There are several awards to catch up with and I do appreciate them. They decorate my blogging house πŸ™‚
  3. A bit of tweaking with some little widgets are long overdue.
  4. Within the month, I want to inculcate a project ”POsitive TRain CHallenge” which would be thrown open for all who choose to get on board. A post with regards to this will follow suit in due course and I will definitely crave your indulgence.
  5. Even though, I know that I am young at these blogging things and may not know so much about what it takes to be a successful blogger, I would like to throw my blogging doors open as a Hostess for a monthly blog hopping experience. Remember that ”we only get better from doing.”
  6. A new feature for Short Stories Series (SSS) will be inculcated on my blog by next week as well.
  7. I will be dabbling into the poetry class from next week to see what poetic lyrics I can wax – sometimes I wonder why I get myself into these things πŸ˜‰
  8. Nanowrimo is also on my radar to give my novel writing a nudge. I will give it more thought.

On a Personal Note:

  1. I plan to laugh and laugh some more!
  2. To devise more ways of spending quality time with my family.
  3. To continue on my quest to loose some useless pounds that don’t aid my body in any way.
  4. A deep contemplation of going back again through the doors of a college/university is in the offing. I am considering a Youth Leadership program or Communication Arts. I honestly don’t have it all worked it in my head, but we will see how it goes.

That’s it my good folks! Thank you for staying with me and I shall leave you with these last words:

As we journey through diversity and different plains, may our ink-pots never run dry – Keep writing..Your story

Over and OUt..Jacqueline Oby-Ikocha ……Till next time πŸ™‚

In fulfillment of Writing 101 – Day 20 Assignment: The Future

66 thoughts on “Looking Beyond the Last Dance….

  1. Oh, Jacqueline! I have had a lovely time too. I found myself nodding all through your post. I love the way you call writing 101 a party, and what a great one it was. Your plans for your blog seem so exciting. I will stay tuned.
    And yes, dancing even after the DJ has left πŸ™‚

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  2. I’m not sure how your body keeps up with all your mind leads you to do but I am blessed by your writing. Your dedication to your craft, your blog, and your willingness to learn new things is an inspiration to me. Be blessed Jacqueline you are a blessing to me!

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    • Pam my beautiful rose, you are equally a blessing to me. Your calming, wise words always reminds me of a beloved favorite aunt. I think it is simply God’s grace that I am experiencing and I am glad that I have lovely encouraging people like you around me πŸ™‚ Do have a lovely weekend.

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  3. Jacqueline that was a brilliant post. I loved those dancers to start with! Oh, how I wish I could dance. I have enjoyed being on this journey with you and am so happy to have met you and some of the other wonderful bloggers along the way. I wish you well with your blog. I love the ideas you have got planned and maybe we can be writing buddies on NaNoWriMo! I look forward to following your progress and keeping in touch πŸ™‚

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  4. I didn’t take writing 101 but after seeing posts over the last couple of days from those who did, and how they feel about it ending… I believe I’m going to take the next class! Thanks for sharing! πŸ™‚

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  5. Took me back to when I had this pair of flares that were so wide – they looked like a skirt on the washing line! But, boy – I loved those flares! Swishing as I walked! Yes – the 1970s were a very special time for me. Thank you for letting me indulge in joyful reminiscing for a few moments, Jacqueline πŸ˜ƒ

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    • Oh My Goodness! I would have loved to see that. This is priceless! I am trying to visualize it :):):) The swishing flares πŸ™‚ Oh my! My ribs are cracking from laughter. Thank you Sir Reuben. You just made my day πŸ™‚

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  6. You’ve got some great things going on and wonderful plans. I’m excited to witness it all unfold. The blog hop sounds promising and a way to get to intermingle with other bloggers! I’m loving your vision!

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