Friday, April 26, 2013

AtoZ Blogging Challenge. Wow! Almost At The End

The brainchild of Arlee Bird, at Tossing it Out



Wow!

Wowzer!

Woot!

Whee!

How can you have only one W word when these are so jam-packed with excitement? The fact that they mean nothing, but express so much makes them doubly interesting. Well, to me. 

Of course, our "doing it backward" AtoZ Auxilary Blogger covered W back on April 3. With his Wee Folks Wedding post. Miss it? Go see it NOW.




I'm determined to go to the end in this Hop, but I may not be around to all the bloggers I enjoy in the next couple of days. My mom isn't doing well, and I'm off to see what I can do to make things work. Here's to wrapping 2013 AtoZ Challenge up. It has been a great ride.


All of this excitement is 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. 

40 comments:

  1. I'm sorry about your mother. Take care of her.
    Yes, our resident anti-A to Z mascot has been doing a fine job this year!

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  2. Sending positive vibes all across the blogosphere--------

    On a lighter note...
    Whoopee! 3 more posts!

    Writer In Transit

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  3. you forgot "woohoo" too :)


    Oh, sorry to hear about your mother, dear :(

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    1. Adding that to my post AtoZ notes, Dezmond. Thanks for the thoughts.

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  4. Woo Hoo! I can't believe it's almost over!

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  5. Congrats on almost making it through!

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  6. My prayers to you and your family as you check on your mother. :-) Woot to the weekend!

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    1. Appreciate those prayers, Angela. And, yes, to this weekend. It can't come soon enough.

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  7. Woo hoo! You did it. I didn't even attempt A to Z this year, so I am duly impressed. Go, you!

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    1. I almost didn't sign on, but it has worked out, so with only three posts left, I think I'll make it.

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  8. I'll be keeping you guys in my thoughts and prayers and hope your mother is o.k. Take care of her, first, don't worry about us...we'll still be here, regardless.

    And, everytime I hear 'wowzers', I think of Inspector Gadget! :D

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    1. Thank you, Mark. Appreciate the thoughts and prayers. Very kind comment.

      I loved Inspector Gadget.

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  9. Dear Lee,

    That's very generous of you to make note of our anarchic alternative alphabet. Thank you.

    However, most importantly is that you spend that quality time with your beloved mother. Wishing her and you, all the very best. Please try to have a peaceful weekend, Lee.

    In kindness and whoa, I'd better go now,

    Gary

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  10. I hope that your mother feels better.

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  11. Wheeeeee is one of my kids favorite words ;)

    I will be keeping your mom in my thoughts and prayers, I hope she is OK and that this added stress is over ASAP. hugs.

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  12. I hope your mother is better soon. Your visit with her will surely help.

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  13. Sending virtual cheese and positive thoughts. :)

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  14. Go spend time with your mother and I hope she's doing better soon.

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    1. All the best to your mom and your family.

      It's been a lot of fun doing the A to Z with you, and you are right about W words...they are full of great expression.

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  16. Oh Lee, blessings on your mom and you. Thanks for being so faithful in visiting my blog particularly since I know your mind and heart are elsewhere.

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  17. I'm sorry to hear about your mom. I hope she will be okay. Take care!

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  18. Yes, WOW! And congratulations on making it to the end. Regarding your mom, I sincerely hope she feels better soon. Prayers being sent your way.

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  19. I never realized how exciting W was. I wish you a wonderful weekend! There's three more. :)

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  20. Woot is one of my favorite words. I hope your mom improves and all is to rights soon, Lee. Hugs.

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  21. I feel like the month has gone whoosh. It's been quick. I hope your mum feels better soon!

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  22. There are lots of fun W words! Great pictures.

    I hope your mom gets better soon. :) Sending good wishes!
    ~Jess

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  23. Hope your mom will be all right, Lee.

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  24. Can't believe the Challenge is almost over now . . . didn't it just start?

    I hope your mom is better soon!

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  25. I'm sorry your mom isn't feeling well. I'm sure you'll bring her lots of good cheer. Wishing your mom a speedy recovery. Take care of yourself too Lee!

    Julie

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  26. The month went by fast.

    I'm wishing the best for your mom.

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  27. Yay for getting to W and expecially for Wowzer! I loved the pics - such enthusiasm. :-D

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  28. Oh, Lee, best wishes to you and your mom. I understand. My mom is up there in age, too.

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  29. Wonderful enthusiasm for almost reaching the end.

    I'm sorry about your mom.

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  30. Hi Lee - Wunderbar .. has always been a good word in my book of life!

    But Whoo hoot and we're all spell bound with joie de vivre ...

    ... on that note I do hope all is well with your mother, and you can make her life easier and more comfortable ... these are always challenging times ... with many thoughts - Hilary

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  31. Waka Waka! It's nearly time for celebration!

    Well done, you!

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