Thursday, September 1, 2011

30 days of September

Thirty days hath September,
April, June, and November;
February has twenty-eight alone,
All the rest have thirty-one,
Excepting leap year, that's the time
When February's days are twenty-nine.

Does anyone remember having to say this little poem when you were a child? I do and I still remember it to this day. Well, sort of. I did not remember the last part until I looked it up.

Anyway, I have a friend by the name of Stephanie that wrote about this poem and about a guy by the name of Morgan Spurlock. He is best known for his movie Super Size Me which takes on the fast food chains. He is also known for his show 30 Days in which he spends 30 days doing or living a lifestyle unfamiliar to himself.

So getting back to Stephanie. She took a cue from Morgan S. and decided to improve her life or do something for 30 days in September. (aka thirty days hath September)

Being inspired I thought I might as well give it a go too. So, I have decided two things.
The first thing is I am going to get up every morning at 6AM and have breakfast with my hubby. Now, this may sound easy but for me, it really isn't. Trust me when I say I have a hate relationship for getting up any time before...oh...10ish. When we were still in Colorado I would get up at 8:30 and have breakfast with him but believe me, that was pushing it. OK, so 6 AM it is...groan. For the record, I did get up that early this morning. It helps my hubby has to be at work at 7AM and I am the only one that drives.
The second thing I am going to do is blog everyday. I generally used to blog about 2-3 days a week and have been way out of the habit. So, why not. I warn you, it may or may not be dribble but I am going to do it! So, for obvious reasons, this is day one. :)
If you would like to join me in my 30 Days Hath September challenge by all means do so. The only thing I ask is you come back and let me know what you are doing so I can go and encourage you. I hope to have a button by the end of the week that you can post on your page.
See you tomorrow!
Peace...Naila Moon


  1. First, I am so sorry about your nephew. There has been great strides in the treatment of Leukemia, I will keep him in my prayers. My youngest had cancer when she was nine. She is now a beautiful 36 y/o mother of a teenager!

    Your September challenge sounds fun but I haven't posted on my personal blog in several weeks. Maybe this is the kick start I need!

  2. Look forward to it Shawn! Have a great weekend.


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