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Friday, March 21, 2014

A to Z Blog Challenge Theme Reveal and Those Small Things to Celebrate

Happy A to Z Blog Challenge

Theme Reveal

 2014


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Déjà vu 2013

Remember this badge from 2013? Well this year I'll be taking you back to last year's A to Z. Some of you will recognize your own posts from last year, so you're sure to guess one right.

Here's how it will work:


  • I'll post a mystery A to Z blogger's post from 2013. 
  • I'll give you a hint if I can.
  • There will be prizes each week for those who: 

    1) guess the most mystery bloggers each week.
    2) leave additional information about the post, so I can learn something more about the topic. 
    3) make me laugh or think with your comment.


Can't forget to CELEBRATE THE SMALL THINGS!


THANKS VIKLIT


My lettuce crop is coming up. 
I'm eating Fava Beans from the garden. 
My peach tree is in full blossom. 
My computer works. 
I've finished reading John Adams' bio. 
I just started the final revisions on my sequel to Alligators Overhead. 

62 comments:

  1. Oh! You're A to Z theme is intriguing! I can't wait!

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    1. Hope I can remember who wrote those posts! :-)

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  2. C.Lee, you are a genius!
    A very clever A to Z concept... fun and interactive!
    See you around on the A to Z circuit!
    Writer In Transit

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    1. Looking forward to seeing you a lot in April.

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  3. Now that is a very original idea indeed. I'm so adding you to my list of must visit blogs (I'm trying to be organised this year :)).
    Tasha
    Tasha's Thinkings

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    1. Oh thank you! It will be fun getting to know you.

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  4. Loved the small things you celebrate. Some not so small!

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    1. Yes. Some great causes for celebration. And wait until those peaches come in.

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  5. Wow, what a great idea!! Love it.
    Good luck with your revisions. :)

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  6. What a fun and unique idea, Lee! I love it. I've been sadly absent from the blogs lately but I really want to see what you come up with. I'm marking you down as special...although you've always known that, right? :)

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    1. You are the best, River. Thank you so much.

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  7. Ug! Your lettuce is ahead of mine ;) Seeing those first leaves is such a wonderful feeling. Love your mystery idea - can't wait to see it!

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    1. It's this weather we're having. Winter skipped us almost entire this year.

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  8. Sounds great! Will be dropping by in April to see what you have each day (well, for 26 days anyway). :)

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    1. That will be wonderful! Here's to those 26 days.

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  9. Very cool idea. Last year was full of so much awesome and I KNOW I didn't get around to all of it. Your theme this year will give me an awesome opportunity to play catch up and revisit some of the greatness. Thanks for doing this!!

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    1. I know what you mean. So many great bloggers out there that I'd love to connect with and just don't have the time.

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  10. Now that is very original! Excellent idea milady!

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  12. You've made a game of it, and are promoting fellow bloggers too! This is so cool, Lee! I'm really looking forward to your posts!

    Oh, what I wouldn't give to see your peach tree! I'll bet it's positively lovely!

    MJ, A to Z Challenge Co-Host
    Writing Tips
    Effectively Human
    Lots of Crochet Stitches


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    1. When the peaches come in I'll call you! Pie in our future.

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  13. Oh my goodness! What an ingenious approach! I love it. --You're stretching my memory though. All the way from last year? *gulp*

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    1. I'm stretching my own memory! Let's pray shall we?

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  14. Oh my gosh! How awesome! I love this idea :)

    Have fun with revisions...I'm in the middle of them. I'm tired lol

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  15. Awesome A-Z challenge theme. And I'm jealous you can plant anything. We still have snow on the ground. At least it's warm enough to walk.

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    1. Just happen to land in CA and where I live, snow is a rarity. I have to go to higher mountains if I want any of that lovely white stuff.

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  16. Your theme is so mysterious and unique: two qualities I admire greatly! Glad to hear your spring is in full swing. I'm in Calfornia. Our Spring is positively Summery and I must confess... I'm not minding one bit today!

    Julie Jordan Scott
    A to Z Challenge Participant/2011,12,13,14.....
    The Bold Writer from A to Z

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    1. California neighbor! Yay! We have had one warm winter, haven't we?

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  17. Very cool theme! I hope I can guess where some of the posts came from and also discover new ones that I may have missed. Happy A to Z-ing! Laughing at Life 2

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    1. Thanks for the visit, Shawn. Look forward to your posts in April.

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  18. You, my dear, are the Queen of Clever! This is going to be a dozen different kinds of fun!!
    WriterlySam
    resident bartender for A to Z Theme Reveal Party!

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    1. So far I'm so impressed by all the themes I've discovered for this year. It's going to be great.

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  19. This is one of the most unique themes I've seen yet. I'm looking forward to learning about the mystery bloggers, since I didn't know anything about the blogging world last year. Great idea!

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    1. Hi, Lynda. Welcome to this crazy blogging thing. So glad you stopped by to say hello,

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  20. Hey Lee,

    Just went I thought you were clever, you get cleverer. I'm in awe of the way your mind works. One thing has got to be for sure, I wont be one of those darned rootin' tootin' mystery bloggers.

    Lettuce think about your crop cos I want to. Flying Alligators, a sequel!

    Oh yeah, great news! While Google Friend Connect aint working, nobody can unfollow my blog. Yay and wow!

    A good weekend to you, my celebrity type friend.

    Your ongoing starstruckest fan,

    Gary :)

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    1. Be careful, Gary. You never know who I might spotlight in this crazed A to Z thing. I lose my senses when Spring arrives; it’s the only way to make my way though April.

      And how could anyone even consider unfollowing your blog? Let me at ‘em!

      Here’s to being a little nutty and a lot clever and very much starstruck.

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  21. Oh i bet that peach tree is so pretty!

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  22. What a cool idea! I have officially decided to opt out this year. I have a Senior in high school and just too many things going on to do it well. But I will be checking out many posts, I'm sure!

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    1. I almost said no, but the lure was too great. Hope to see you when you have time.

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  23. Yay for an Alligator's sequel!! I can't think of Fava Beans without thinking of Hannibal Lechter... I'm looking forward to your A-Z project. :)

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    1. Now see, you've ruined Fava Beans for me. :-)

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  24. Hi Lee - great idea for the A-Z challenge ... and it'll also give us an idea of other bloggers we might not have met yet ... looking forward to taxing my brain ...

    Cheers and here's to a creative blogger! ... Hilary

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  25. What an ingenious idea for the A to Z Challenge! Congrats on working on the sequel to Alligator's Overhead! And so lucky to have peach blossoms. We still have snow falling...boohoo...

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    1. Just hope we have water to keep things alive during the summer.

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  26. Great idea. Looking forward to reading the posts and meeting new people!

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    1. Thanks, Nas. It will be an interesting month.

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  27. What a clever theme! I can't wait. :D

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  28. oh how fun! That is amazing! <3 Can't wait to see it.

    Jamie Dement (LadyJai)
    My A to Z Challenge
    Caring For My Veteran

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  29. What an interesting theme, count me in. Wish I could grow peaches here :( Shells–Tales–Sails

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  30. That's a super-fun theme, and it helps build community. What more can we ask for ?

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  31. Very unique and clever approach, totally love it!

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  32. Look forward to reading your posts, Lee!

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  33. This will sort out the readers from the writers - Clever and generous. with over 1000 #atozchallenge blogs to choose from I will be impressed if someone can recognise even a few of them - Good luck with Alligators overhead... and thanks for reminding me my garden needs attention -
    Reflex Reactions

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  34. You are so creative. What a blast of a theme idea.

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  35. Oh that's a very interesting theme! Very interesting!

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