write31days 2015.

So I tried this thing last year and (surprise) kind of failed at it, but I’m trying it again.

Only this time, I’m managing expectations and only committing to writing a haiku a day.

Seems reasonable, right? I mean, even the most terrible bloggers can manage to churn out three lines of seventeen syllables.

Want to follow along? Maybe give me some encouragement so I don’t quit? Glad to have you on my team.

31 DAYS OF haikus

DAY ONE: floridian october.

DAY TWO: enough.

DAY THREE: nursing to sleep.

DAY FOUR: sunday nap.

DAY FIVE: slow-cooker problems.

DAY SIX: insomnia.

DAY SEVEN: when my husband comes home.

DAY EIGHT: leftovers.

DAY NINE: fire drill.

DAY TEN: saturday nap.

DAY ELEVEN: sundays.

DAY TWELVE: starbucks.


DAY FOURTEEN: car ride home.

DAY FIFTEEN: to him i belong.

DAY SIXTEEN: ceiling fan.

DAY SEVENTEEN: life lately.


DAY NINETEEN: essential oils.

DAY TWENTY: date night in.

DAY TWENTY-ONE: things i’m interested in.



DAY TWENTY-FOUR: a three-year-old’s halloween costume.

DAY TWENTY-FIVE: sick baby.

DAY TWENTY-SIX: the emergency room.

DAY TWENTY-SEVEN: house of illness.

DAY TWENTY-EIGHT: toasted graham latte.


DAY THIRTY: fresh air.

DAY THIRTY-ONE: halloween.

4 thoughts on “write31days 2015.

  1. If you miss some days, we understand. You’re the mom of the most beautiful grandchildren in the world and they take up a lot of time 🙂

  2. I am also doing Write 31 Days, and hoping that I won’t be a failure as I have been the past 2 years! I love your idea of haikus-they say so much with so few words. 🙂 Good luck to you!

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