I Was Part Of A 22 Days Challenge. Here Is How It Went Down
It is day 22 of the 22 days of WintererABC2021 Afrobloggers writers challenge. For 22 day Afrobloggers has given creatives an opportunity to showcase their talents and use the platform to interact with other Creatives. I tell you I've had the opportunity to meet the finest of them.
Today, as the journey comes to an end. I am happy to be a part of something this big, even bigger then me.
There were times when I got tired and almost backed down but I am glad I got the courage to keep going.
Special thanks to the community for standing by everyone, for sharing ideas on each week's task, and for the constant interaction with one another.
On a lighter mood, I made a compilation of the different kinds of participants from the hall of participants. From my imagination, for your laughing pleasure.
22 types of participants in the 22 days WinterABC2021 challenge.
*The Ready set go gang: these are the set of people who are ever ready, born ready, I mean they were born to do this.
While the rest of us are still trying to think of what to write for the day, they have already pushed the publish botton. #doneanddusted.
*The Obayagbonas: These ones are just on the challenge to confuse us with their big big grammar. Like you would have to hold a dictionary before you can read and understand.
*The ones who always wait to get ideas from others.
|Let me quickly jot this down before I forget|
*The ones who just realized that today is the last day of #WinterABC2021.
*The ones who are always thinking about what to write
|How did that idea vanish just now?|
*Just when you are about to click on the “Publish post” button and your village people decide to finish the data.
|My ancestors, who did I offend?|
*When you stayed up all night to write and you finally killed an article. Just as you are about to share a link then Afrobloggers Admin padlock the WhatsApp group.
*How most people felt along the line
*The cruise masters: these ones are only here just to have fun.
*The people who didn't participate in the challenge after seeing all the pressure from posting.
*The committee of friends always forming solidarity.
*The 1-minute man: these ones don't like to talk too much
Blog post be like “dear Afrobloggers, you all wanted a post, there you have it. Ok bye. Until we meet again tomorrow”
*Those who didn't even know about the challenge until they read about the cash prize on day one and decided to hop on the train.
|I hope you all nominated me though😎|
*The ones who would only write in their native language. Let's all kuku be speaking vernacular pleazzzz.
*When you ask Admin a question that doesn't make sense.
|Is your brain aware of this question?|
*When you accidentally delete your draft.
*The “I can't kill myself gang”
|I see I saw!|
*The Confusion na waa gang: I don't even know what these ones are saying.
*The silent participants who don't like or comment on other blogs.
How the speech should rather be
Well, I know I said 22, you can add yours to the list in the comment section.
As this challenge comes to an end today, I have learned one thing about myself, and that is “I can do it if I put my mind to it”.
Let me now rest and take a breather here.
See you all next year.
Videos and photo credit: Social media
Disclaimer: This post is strictly for comedy purposes, nothing here is a true representation of The Writer's community but a mere imagination of the author.
(Don't go and padlock me outside o😁)
Catch up on all the posts from WinterABC2021 here
Week 1 Creatives Week
Week 2 Advocacy Week
Week 3 Business and Tech Week
Week 4 Culture and Fashion Week