Slice of Life Story Challenge

Day 11 of the March SOLSC! #sol14

WRITE. Every day in March write a slice of life story on your own blog. SHARE. Link your post in the comments on each daily call for slice of life stories here at TWT. GIVE. Comment on at least three other slice of life stories/blogs.
WRITE a slice of life story on your own blog.
SHARE a link to your post in the comments section.
GIVE comments to at least three other SOLSC bloggers.

Excited or exhausted? Which one better describes how you’re feeling now that you’re a little more than one-third of the way through with our month-long writing challenge?


  • Please use the SAME email/username information on all of your March comments.
  • In order to be in the running for a prize at the end of the month, you must leave the link to your slice of life story by 11:59 p.m. EDT.
    • Please play fair and leave only one link each day.
  • Include the permalink (aka: unique URL) to your post when you leave a comment.
  • Please use #sol14 on tweets about Slice of Life Story Challenge.
  • Questions? Contact one of our concierges:
    • A – M last names: LeAnn Carpenter (aka: Elsie) – leannecarpenter[at]sbcglobal[dot]net.
    • N– Z last names: Amanda Villagomez (aka: Mrs. V.) – amandavillagomez[at]gmail[dot]com.


Ramona Behnke (@RamonaBehnke) wrote a post that will never have me looking at my windshield wipers the same way ever, EVER again! Read “Meandering Through the Raindrops” and see if you can take a look at a commonplace item through new eyes today.


251 thoughts on “Day 11 of the March SOLSC! #sol14

  1. I feel a sense of responsibility to write in my blog daily because of this challenge. I have been motivated to write topic slices. With my blog being about how I use instructional technology, I have tried to include my thoughts about a tech tool in each post. I normally only post a blog entry on Saturday, so balancing my teaching job, family responsibilities, attending and presenting at the NCTIES Conference last week along with blog writing has stretched me. Have you heard of Thinglink? Here is my post on “The Great Migration” using


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