Looking back, I'm really glad I did this. I feel like by forcing me to write something every day, whether I had something to write about or not, this competition (is it really a competition? I dunno what to call it exactly, maybe "event" is more accurate) has really drawn me out more than I'm used to. It's like I've had to put some essence of myself into this blog, and I'll probably be able to look back at this in a few years and really get a sense of who I had been at the time. I think that's neat.
Kiriska: Thanks for talking me into this! Sooooo totally worth it. Maybe next year, I'll do NaNoWriMo with you too. (maybe. <_<>_>)
Everybody else: If November comes around next year and you need something to fill the time, this event is definitely worth your time. Don't worry about what you're going to write about, or anything like that, just start and see where you end up. (Or if you're feeling impatient, no reason not to start now! It's not like NBPM is a terribly formal event anyway.)
I suppose the big question now is, what am I going to do with this blog? I'm planning to keep it going at this point, but I probably won't be sticking to the daily posting schedule. Two or three posts a week is probably more likely. Since I'll defintely forget about that soon if I don't set a definite target, I think I'll commit to a MWF update schedule.
So: that's that. See you tomorrow!