Or it can be for Municipal Liaison. Either way, both are fitting for today’s letter.
Modesty just means keeping it simple, or small. A modest person doesn’t brag about their abilities or try to one up someone at every turn. Accolades are received with a smile and a thank you, but rarely would they do more to show their gratitude. Modesty also is in how you behave; such as wearing something nice that isn’t too tight or too loose, doesn’t let things show but still accents and looks nice.
Then, we have Municipal Liaison. This is a NaNoWriMo term for the person, or persons, who gather together local participants in the November writing challenge and set up write-ins and gatherings, offer encouragement and aid to those who are working hard to reach that 50k mark during that frenzied month of writing. The one for Tulsa is a vibrant and funny woman who is just as nutty as the rest of us. With her and her co-liaison, our NaNo group has monthly write-ins during the off-season and, now, critique groups to help each other get closer to our writing goals and improve our craft.