On the last Wednesday every month ChicagoNow bloggers participate in “Blogapalooz-Hour,” an optional writing exercise in which at a specific time a topic unknown to the bloggers is sent out.
Whoever decides to partake must conceive, write and then publish a post exactly one hour later.
The November, 2017 topic: “Write about a time you had to say goodbye”
Adventures of a Mom Entrepreneur: The first time I said goodbye to my daughter
Between Us Parents: How parenting feels like one long goodbye
The B.U.G. (Bronzeville Urban Green): Saying Goodbye to Democracy
Cancer Is Not A Gift: Goodbye, a love story about teaching
Chicago On the Radar: When I finally said good-bye to my shabby apartment
Design Sense: Sweet & Furry “Good-Byes”
Girl Born in ’51: The first time is special
I’ve Got The Hippy Shakes: I still miss D.J. eleven years after saying good-bye
LitzyDitz: Books and the Blessing of Goodbyes
Looking for the Good: Does a goodbye need to be sad?
Pizza for Breakfast: When We Said Good-Bye
Politics Now: Saying goodbye doesn’t get easier with time
Quilting Sewing Creating: Goodbye finished quilt and hello new project
Raising Teens Right: Why Life Is A Series of Goodbyes
South Side Sports Chick: Saying Goodbye Was a Joy and a Heartache
Spacing Out: Bye, Sports
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