Monday 29 March 2010

Check out this AWESOME Challenge!

Want to participate in the "Blog Boggled: Blogging From A to Z April Challenge" just for the fun of it?

Tossing it out blog has set forth a challenge to all bloggers for the month of April. She asks: "Can you post every day except Sundays during this month? And to up the bar, can you blog thematically from A to Z?" Whatcha reckon? Read more about it here.


  1. Sounds very fun!! I don't know that I have the time to do it, but I'd love to see what others can come up with!

  2. Thanks for bringing this up on your site. And if you have to miss a day or two or more that's okay too--you won't be ostracized or exiled-- we understand. This is all for fun and you do what you can. You can always throw in the letters you missed into a combined post later if you want.

    I'll be keeping up with your site.
    Good luck and have fun!

  3. I wish I could post everyday! In my wildest dreams this is not possible. I do like the thematic idea though.

  4. Wow, what a challenge that would be! I've been posting every day already, but according to the alphabet, hmmm....

    Sounds like fun! :D

  5. PS--here's your blog! I spent a long time the other day fishing for it. Thanks for leaving your comment today! ((hugs)) ;)

  6. Clever! I'll enjoy seeing what everyone comes up with!


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