Monday, May 2, 2011

That's a Wrap


April's mission was to blog every day, excluding Sunday, using the letters of the alphabet to prompt post ideas. Easy, breezy~ right?

Not so much. That's why the code name was A-Z Challenge.

When I was recruited, I envisioned that a theme in my posts would emerge. Like a compass to guide me to an understanding, or awareness, of who I am as a writer.

Looking back, I see the hodge-podge of topics I chose have only my stream of  consciousness in common and my stream of consciousness meanders here, there and everywhere.
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Facebook's Status Shuffle got it right. I have ADHLS ~ Attention Deficit Hey Look a Squirrel.

All kidding aside, the A-Z Challenge brought me new followers and lead me to follow other blogs that I may never have found surfing the blogosphere. Although I wasn't able to post comments on all the blogs I visited, I did make daily rounds to fellow A-Zers. It was interesting to peruse all the different topics that people came up with, and I was envious of more than a few. 


 Here's a recap of my A-Z topics.

A -   Alicorn
B -   Bigelow
E -   Evanescence
I -    Imagination
M -  Mothman
N -  Nachos
P -   Phantom Evil
T -  Tennyson
Y -  The Yeti


Congratulatory hugs to all the bloggers who completed the A-Z Challenge. A big thanks to Lee at Tossing It Out, Talli at Talli Roland, Jen at Unedited, Candace at Misadventures in Candyland, Karen at Coming down the Mountain, Jeffrey at World of the Scribe, Stephen at Breakthrough Blogs and Alex at Alex J. Cavanaugh for hosting this year's event.

And a special thanks to Elizabeth Mueller for gifting me with my newest blog award.


So, A-Z Challenge~ That's a Wrap!

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6 comments:

shelly said...

Schwoo...I'm dripping in sweat, lying flat on my back. What a workout!

E.C. Smith said...

Congrats on completing the challenge!

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

I see a theme of imagination! Think you did well.
Glad you enjoyed the Challenge!

Arlee Bird said...

Nothing wrong with randomized stream-of-consciousness stuff. I like it. Congratulations on making it through the alphabet so creatively. I'm very pleased that you were able to join us.


Lee
Tossing It Out

Stephen Tremp said...

I like to see what people write for those quirky letters like Q, X, and Z. Nachos sounds like my kind of blog. Now I'm hungry.

San said...

Congrats for completing the challenge and for doing so in such a creatively conscious way :)

You are lovely and I do hope to read more from you :)

Cheers :)

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