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Just wondering if anyone is participating in incowrimo 2016, which will begin soon? I haven't seen any update on incowrimo.org

 

I'll be happy to send my address via message for participants (or if you're looking for a pen pal).

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I'm catching up with my delinquent letters right now, so I can start February with a clean slate. I tend to get my postings out in groups instead of one a day, but I have gotten them all out each for eh past three years. I plan to try again this year.

 

Sharon in Indiana

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I will be participating. PM me for my address.

Until you ink a pen, it is merely a pretty stick. --UK Mike

 

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31 and counting :D

 

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This will be my second year. If anyone wants a letter, feel free to PM me for my address.

Chris

 

Carpe Stylum!

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I plan on participating again. This will be either year 3 or year 4 for me. (I don't recall if 2013 or 2014 was the first year I participated)

 

PM me for address.

Brad

"Words are, of course, the most powerful drug used by mankind" - Rudyard Kipling
"None of us can have as many virtues as the fountain-pen, or half its cussedness; but we can try." - Mark Twain

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I will be participating - my third year!

 

My little wish for this year is to see more local people join in InCoWriMo!

 

Keep writing and enjoy.

 

 

 

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A sincere man am I
From the land where palm trees grow,
And I want before I die
My soul's verses to bestow.
 
All those moments will be lost in time.
Like tears in rain.
Time to die.

 

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om_nom_nomigon

I think I will be giving Incowrimo a go this year. It will be my first attempt: slightly apprehensive, but I think that it will be good fun!

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This sounds like fun. I have participated in Nanowrimo many times, but this is the first time I have heard of Incowrimo.

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I'll join in this year also. This will be my first time and, to be honest, I'm a bit aprehensive about it since I'm not a wordy person. Writing letters comes pretty hard to me.

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Faber_Castell

This will also be my first year with InCoWriMo and I’m all excited. Please PM me for address if you would like to share. Thank you.

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The similar project, LetterMo has been updated with a forum for 2016. The project has been running for a year longer than InCoWriMo.

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I'll be participating. I have a stack of letters and Christmas cards I need to respond to. I think I'll get my list together now with names and addresses so I'll be ready. I'm printing out more of my stationery right now. I am only printing 60 pages. I may need some more paper, and envelopes.

 

I'm looking forward to it! It's my first year.

 

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I'll join in this year also. This will be my first time and, to be honest, I'm a bit aprehensive about it since I'm not a wordy person. Writing letters comes pretty hard to me.

 

Postcards count, you know. Not all mail has to be wordy!

 

Sharon in Indiana

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Postcards count, you know. Not all mail has to be wordy!

 

Sharon in Indiana

 

Good point! Even I can can write a postcard. Thanks! :lol:

 

Also forgot to mention upthread - feel free to drop me a PM if you would like a letter or postcard from Alaska.

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This will be my second year of InCoWriMo! I'm excited!

 

(I was also wondering why the website hasn't been updated yet.)

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The similar project, LetterMo has been updated with a forum for 2016. The project has been running for a year longer than InCoWriMo.

 

Well, i just broke down and signed up for LetterMo. It's not like I have do double the writing, see?

 

I was commenting to my husband last night about how long it takes me to write a letter, especially if I am watching TV at the same time. He responded that I write really long letters, and if I wrote shorter ones I could get twice as many done. He is correct, of course; most of my letters are two pages long, front and back, regardless of whether I am using standard stationery or 8.5 x 11 inch paper. DUH on me! [i should note that I was surprised that he had even noticed how long my letters are - I have never said a word to him about it, and didn't know he was watching.]

 

Sharon in Indiana

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Oh no you dont! I want my standard 3 page, front and back letters still... tell the hubby not to disturb you during letters being written to me (:<

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Oh no you dont! I want my standard 3 page, front and back letters still... tell the hubby not to disturb you during letters being written to me (:<

 

Please! I just need to use smaller paper!

 

:lol:

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