I am so ashamed that I did not finish the A to Z Challenge.  I kept telling myself that I could catch up, but it never happened. I did get to ‘T’, and for that I am proud.  I hope you learned a little about some illnesses of children and a little about me.  This month has been a particularly busy one.  I am finally at the stage of forming my nonprofit organization to name the people for my board.  I am so excited.  This has been my dream for such a long time.  We are looking into the name to make sure there isn’t another business with that same.  It is a perfect name with a concise and to-the-point tagline.  The Mission Statement was the most difficult for me to do.  After about two weeks, it was done.  The group of people who I am bringing together are so special all with a heart to help children with their families.  I would have never believed it would be happening so soon.

The other thing that has happened in the month of April is that I have communicated with some charities that are attempting to make drastic changes in our healthcare system and have reached out to me to offer some of my ideas.  I am not well-versed on how to do Power Point.  It took a while, but I finally figured out how to put the pictures where I wanted them and make bullet points and number the lists.  They are taking some of my suggestions.  I was even sent a notice that there was an opening for a state position as an advocate for people with disabilities.  It was a long application, but I put it in on time.  This will put me and our new nonprofit organization in an excellent place.  It is an appointed seat so I don’t have to be elected.  It would be for two years.  Imagine I will finally be doing exactly what I have always wanted to do.

Now, I am going to return to the weekly challenges that I love to do, plus the Daily Posts.  Thank you all for coming by to see my daily alphabet posts.  I enjoyed seeing the ones that I visited.  I am so impressed by all of you who did such a great job all month and finished.  I say, ‘Good job’ to you!  And I thank you for being patient with me.

19 thoughts on “APRIL A2T

  1. My goodness, I hope we’ve convinced you to shed the self-recrimination, P. You are doing something meaningful – to you and others – the other side of the blog. Enjoy the ride, wherever it detours or mainstreams. Keep shining.


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  2. With all the wonderful work you have done this month I am amazed you got so far as T.
    I want to tell you that I for one learned a great deal so thank you. I also want to wish you all the best for organisation. All the best for all your ventures and I look forward to reading your posts as and when they arrive. Well done. Xxx

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  3. There is such a struggle trying to pull it all together. What you have achieved in the real world in April, dwarfs what might have been achieved with the challenge. The action and progress you’ve made is fabulous..more than words!!
    I made it to the end of the challenge,having written 38,770 words and am feeling m,ore empowered to take on my book writing project, which is my version of taking action. It’s hugely terrifying but I’ve now shown I can turn up and write every day and pull off those huge word requirements. I might not be consistent in practically every other aspect of my life but I can write. I’ve reblogged a couple of posts I think you’ll find incredibly informative. They’re re mental health but great insights. xx Rowena

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    • Congratulations. You have made great strides in your personal life besides finishing the challenge. We are proving to ourselves that we are exactly where we belong.


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