Friday, April 5, 2013

AtoZ Blogging Challenge: This is E Day!

The brainchild of Arlee Bird, at Tossing it Out



Ecstatic. . .

 From the Greek ekstatikos, "characterized by intense emotions." As I'm ecstatic to be on E, but I'd be more ecstatic to be on Z. How are you doing so far? Did you plan ahead? Did you do a theme? Are you going to make it to Z? Will you be ecstatic if you do? Want to visit more ECSTATIC PEEPS?


*All of this ecstasy brought to you by:
The Madlab Post (Nicole Ayers)
Tossing It Out (Arlee Bird)
Amlokiblogs (Damyanti Biswas)
Alex J. Cavanaugh (Alex J. Cavanaugh)
Life is Good (Tina Downey)
Cruising Altitude 2.0 (DL Hammons)
Retro-Zombie (Jeremy Hawkins)
The Warrior Muse (Shannon Lawrence)
The QQQE (Matthew MacNish)
Leave it to Livia (Livia Peterson)
No Thought 2 Small (Konstanz Silverbow)
Breakthrough Blogs (Stephen Tremp)
Spunk on a Stick (L. Diane Wolfe)


We also have a Facebook page, email address 2012azinfo@gmail.com, and the Twitter hashtag is #AtoZChallenge.  Join in. 

44 comments:

  1. Right now I'm just looking forward to Sunday so I can catch up.

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    1. And here I thought it was Sunday. I'm losing it.

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  2. Great E post. I'm the opposite of ecstatic today.

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    1. Sorry. Hope tomorrow finds you in a better situation.

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  3. I agree, I will be very ecstatic when I get to Z. But since I still have a few post scheduled, I'm ecstatic about E, too.

    Jenn @Scribbles From Jenn

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    1. Planning! I'm all for that! Congratulations.

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  4. A bit stressed but enjoying learning about my theme (Greek mythology). I will definitely be ecstatic WHEN I get to Z!

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    1. I love your theme. I'm keeping track of those myths as we go along.

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  5. I'm almost ecstatic, I only have five posts left to write. Something must be wrong, I am never this organised ;)

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    1. But it seems the AtoZ has brought this talent out in you! There's a reason for doing the challenge.

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  6. What a wonderful word. I love it. I'm ecstatic to be reading all of these new-to-me blogs.

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  7. I'll be ecstatic for all of you who do finish the challenge. Notice how I didn't join? Yeah... I knew I wouldn't have the time lol
    Loving these words ;)

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  8. Great choice for E, love the pic. I know I'll be beyond ecstatic on April 30! The challenge is such fun but it's running me ragged this year LOL.

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  9. I'm doing o.k. I planned my theme and who I would be writing about and have managed to stay a post ahead. Been a lot of fun, so far, and I'm getting to meet a lot of great, new bloggers.

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    1. Meeting new bloggers is really the best part, isn't it? I love my old friends, too, so I'm double happy during April.

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  10. I'll be ecstatic if I make it to Z! I'm pretty sure I will, but there's a lot to keep up with. New posts, new comments, writing your own posts . . . gah.

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    1. You seem to be doing it all with the grace of an eagle!

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  11. I'm ecstatic that the temperature is almost 60 degrees outside!

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    1. That's bearable. I prefer 75, but I'll take 60!

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  12. LOL... me too!!! It's fun, but you gotta admit, a challenge. Especially while trying to write a first draft as well. Oy.

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  13. EEP! You have a long way to go, Lee!
    I commend you on your determination to go A to Z! I've been so busy lately, I barely get my ZZZZZ's. ;)

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  14. Oh yeah, I'm ecstatic to see that list of names of all those amazing hosts of this alphabet challenge.

    And "Z", you mention, heck I did that ages ago :) Enjoy your weekend.

    Gary, your cordial host at the alternate alphabet challenge!

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  15. Hey C.Lee, I'm ecstatic that week one is almost over!
    Keep going!

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  16. Impatient for Z already? I bet there will be a lot of writing adventures along the way, and you'll be at Z before you know it.

    BTW, I've lost track of Stephen Tremp. I had him at Chase Manhattan blog, and now can't get on that one because I'm not a "member." He's such a sweetie, always comments on my stuff - but now I'm confused. Have any idea where he is?

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  17. Great word! I love the photo to go with it. :)
    ~Jess

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  18. Actually, I dropped off the map today. *hiding behind hands* I wrote my posts in advance, knowing I'd have a tribe of family in town for part of April--and would you look at that, here they are? Nothing like real, live conversation to keep you from the virtual world, eh?

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  19. It's hectic all right, but I'm trying to stay afloat. Missed some letters including tomorrow's so I gotta go do that.

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  20. I'm ecstatic and exhilarated! It's no light undertaking but I'm still having fun. :)

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  21. Lots to be ecstatic about! One more day before the big sleep!

    Julie

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  22. I'm ecstatic it's Saturday, but I know tomorrow I'll be frenzied getting everything done before Monday since I cram everything into the weekend.

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  23. It's the weekend - ecstatic is a good word!

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  24. Right now I'm just ecstatic about the day off tomorrow! :)

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  25. Fun word. I'm ecstatic that we're getting a pool.

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  26. I love your E! :) I'd planned to take part in A-Z but so much stuff came up I couldn't, and ended up cancelling my participation. I wasn't Ecstatic about it. But I'll tell you what I'm Ecstatic about: Finish my two writing projects before the deadline: June 2013. :D Happy Ecstatic Weekend!!:..LOL. Look forward to tomorrow's post. :)

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  27. I'd be more ecstatic to be on Z, too. Whew! This is hard work.

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  28. I'm ecstatic that I'm keeping up this year on Geek Twins. I wrote some posts in advance, but now I'm back to working on them as needed. But I always enjoy the way the challenge forces me to come up with new ideas that I wouldn't have done otherwise. And I'm ecstatic that my brother helps with half the posts. Nice job!

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