March on. Steady march. Relentless march. March into the unknown.
March is not done softly. March is rhythmic, consistent, and intentional. March can be fierce.
March as movement; March as seasonal; March as lambs and lions.
I think that this year March has been all of these things for me. It has tested my stamina, my will, my desire, and my skill. I have learned to keep marching even when it is hard. I have gratefully been reminded that I don’t march alone.
I am grateful for all those who make the SOL Challenge possible, including every participant! This is my 3rd March of marching–but sometimes, I’ve danced.
7 thoughts on “March 30-31, 2016”
Neat rhythm in your slice – we keep marching every March. Hooray for dancing this month, too! Sounds like some slices were easier to write!
Love the repetition of march …not just a month!
“I don’t march alone” is my favorite line!!
So glad we have been on this writing journey together!!
See you next Friday in person to give you a congratulatory hug!!
The dancing every so often makes the march worth it. Thanks for your support and for sharing your writing this month!
I’ll look for your posts on Tuesdays!
I would never have “met” you without SOL – I am grateful for your marching and dancing. That is a great way to describe it.
All the best to you! I’ve enjoyed our writing friendship so much.
What a marvelous marching slice with a delightful little dance at the end. Loved it!