A-to-Z Challenge

L is for . . .

Oh, I don’t know.  In like a Lion, out like a Lamb.  In like a Lamb, out like a Lion.  Here it is, the first day of Spring 2018, so Let it Snow!  Makes sense on some level, I guess.

lions n lambs

Get ready, friends!  It’s time for the annual Blogging from A-to-Z Challenge!  Every day in April (except Sundays), join the fun and create a post based on a letter of the alphabet for each day.  Are you up for the challenge?  I’m not sure that I am, but I will try!

I plan to blog in the ‘Nature/Outdoors’ category, with the theme of Gardening (surprise!)  I will try to stick with flowers in my garden but may have to slip into the realm of vegetables in my garden.  Or maybe weeds . . .

Grab a month of April calendar, map out the alphabet on each day, then choose your topics for each day.  That’s the fun part!

Now get writing – that may be the hard part!

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4 thoughts on “L is for . . .”

  1. I love gardening blogs, I have one myself! But, there don’t seem to be many in the A-Z Challenge, so I was happy to see you’re doing one. Me too! It’s my first time, and those survey results today have me so confused, like I’ve taken on more than I can understand! I know how to post something A-Z though…

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    1. Hi Lisa – Good to know I’m not alone in my angst!! I follow a “dad – family” blog, and really enjoyed reading his entries last year. It does seem rather daunting to post every day. But I will try! I musta missed those survey results, now you have me nervous about that! I look forward to reading your gardening posts – good luck with the challenge!!

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