gee_elsi (gee_elsi) wrote,

April A to Z Challenge

Arlee Bird over at Tossing It Out has come up with a blogging challenge for the month of April. She says, “The premise of the Blogging From A to Z April Challenge is to post something on your blog every day in April except for Sundays. In doing this you will have 26 blog posts--one for each letter of the alphabet. Each day you will theme your post according to a letter of the alphabet.” I noticed that there are over 300 people who have signed up as of 24 February, so I want to go ahead and publish my intent to participate before she gets the bright idea of closing out the sign-ups.

If you want to join me, click on this fine badge, read the details, and then link your site up with all the others who will be playing in April. And if you think about it, check on me several times in April and nudge me if I fall behind. I learned my ABCs before I started school, so I'm sure that I know what I'm supposed to do—the challenge here is to stick to it.

With a whole month to plan (yeah, right, as if I'd ever do anything before the deadline!) perhaps I can manage to keep up with an entire month of posting. I've never managed a full month of NaBloPoMo, so who knows if I'll complete this challenge. But after all, without a goal you can wind up anywhere or nowhere at all!

Tags: a-to-z challenge

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