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June 19, 2019 / Heather

ML: Year 2

If you’ve been following this blog for any time you’re likely aware I participate in a month of crazy in November called NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) in which the goal is to write a whole story of no less than 50,000 words in the month of November (you can plot all you want before hand).

If you’ve been following me for around a year or so you might also be aware that last year I was ML (Municipal Liaison) for my local region. (This just means I was in charge of getting information out to WriMos and setting up events and such.) Last year I had a co-ML who wasn’t really around.

This year I’m going to be ML again for my region. And so far I don’t have a co-ML it appears. I’m excited to be a “returning” ML for my region. I already let some of my region people know via a chat we have on Slack and some of them have expressed joy with this. (At least… I hope it’s joy and not sarcasm.)

I’m hoping to do a better job as ML for the 2019 season than I feel I did for the 2018 season. And in my ML application I did mention that I feel I could have done better and if selected as ML for the 2019 year I was going to do better by my region.

Even before the applications went out for the 2019 MLs I was thinking of ideas and things to do to be better for the 2019 season. I figured the worst that could happen would be I’d send a message to whoever the ML or MLs were and give them information based on what I was thinking from having been an ML last year.

If I do end up having a co-ML for the 2019 season I’ll share that same information with him/her/them.


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