Wednesday, 31 March 2010

Tomorrow Tis The Time for TAKE OFF!


Tomorrow begins the A to Z April Challenge. If you are participating, good luck! If you are simply a bystander, enjoy our posts! If you don't really know, I hope you drop by some time to see how we're going.

BUT! I'd like to announce a little twist regarding my posts - how could I disappoint? As well as abiding by the rules of this challenge, I am also going to challenge myself to use as many words as possible starting with the specified letter for each day to keep my alliteration alive.

Watcha think? Can I do it? I think I'm making this really hard for myself. But let's see. I'm determined!

Happy April Blogging!

16 comments:

  1. I didn't know about the A to Z challenge, and you're most impressive by challenging yourself with alliteration on top of it. Yup, I'll definitely be a bystander on this one. Heh, heh! Good luck to you!

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  2. Hi Ready for the start, well ready as I'll ever be.
    Good luck yourself.

    Yvonne,

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  3. Oooh! Sounds like a lot of fun! I can't wait to see what you come up with!

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  4. An EXCELLENT idea! And I've been poking about and I love your blog, particularly the definitions you like better, but it seems our humor is in line... which makes sense, some of my favorite people are Aussies.

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  5. Yvonne, Jennifer, Jody: I tell you what, I've surpised myself. I've pre-written 3 posts and, By George I'm doing it!

    Watery Tart: Hahaha thanks for dropping by. Glad you like my blog. I hope enough for you to follow some day ... ;)

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  6. Good luck! I give you all a lot of credit. I usually have no idea what I'm going to post until my fingers start moving ... no way I could imagine getting my brain to cooperate with the sequential alphabet postings.

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  7. Can't wait to read all your a-words. :)

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  8. Awesome! I look forward to reading your alliterative posts! I'll be participating in the A-Z challenge as well, so stop by my blog sometime if you like and see what I've come up with over the month!

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  9. Sounds like fun! I play with alliteration from time to time but my type A personality (running joke is that I have CDO ... OCD in alphabetic order) requires that I not join you in the alliterative part of the venture as I would be so busy trying to alliterate that I'd never get anything written! :)

    Looking forward to getting to know you! And witnessing your alliterative prowess!

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  10. Elana: Thanks!

    B: Of course I will. I LOVE your blog :)

    Beth: Nice to meet you and thanks for joining :)

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  11. Well, I'm a big fan of alliteration. I'm going to have to see this. I'm thinking we're going to see all sorts of interesting stuff during April.
    Lee

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