A Slice of Life Acrostic Poem

S lice of Life challenge: 30 straight days of blogging

L earning about the challenge from a friend who writes

I wonder if my writing is on a par with the other writers

C hoosing to participate is better than losing the opportunity

E nergized by what I read on the first day, I plunge in


O verwhelmed by the technology I struggle for several days

F inally I figure it out and can post in a timely way


L ike so many things in life, growth doesn’t come easily

I am so glad I didn’t give up

F or I have found a community of writers to support my efforts

E very day of the Challenge has taught me something new


A big shout-out to all my fellow bloggers who have hung in there! For those who didn’t make it, see you next year!


21 thoughts on “A Slice of Life Acrostic Poem”

      1. You are such an inspiration! I love this poem. I love that I learned more about you over this month and I’ve really looked forward to reading your posts each day. I want to continue on Tuesdays too. It will feel so easy after blogging for a month straight! Beautiful job.


  1. Entering with the thoughts of can I do this, exiting with the thoughts I did this and I will be back. This month always has its ups and downs, but they don’t stay down long. So don’t stop at the end of the month, come back on Tuesdays. πŸ™‚


  2. Great idea! I may use this in the next few days as I start to reflect on my slicing journey this year. Last year was MY first year, and coming back has been so much easier after a year of experience! Hang in there! Loved this slice! πŸ™‚


  3. Loved your acrostic poem. I can relate to so many of the ideas you cited, including “L ike so many things in life, growth doesn’t come easily.” Like you, I am so glad that I have persevered. It’s been a rich, rewarding experience indeed!


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