OK, hands up who's up for the A to Z Blogging Challenge this year?
The Challenge hasn't even started yet, and already I feel like a winner. One of the co-hosts, Jenny Pearson at Pearson Report, held a tag game last month and drew my name at random from the list of participants. She sent over some digital artwork, which arrived this week.
Trouble is, I've now got to fight Ali over whose office it will hang in!
I've taken the set of prints in to be framed. Much umm-ing and aah-ing over choice of mats and frame. I'd forgotten how tricky it can be to find just the right ones, complicated in this case by finding something that will look good with four separate prints in one frame.
As for the Challenge itself, I have a number of posts drafted now, which takes some of the stress off. I don't normally post all that frequently, so one a day is a lot to ask. I'm also relieved to find that the posts I've done so far have been fairly easy to write.
I'm planning to write about topics related to the world of Ghosts of Innocence, so this is all subject matter I should already know inside out. But I'm finding that my world still manages to surprise me at times.