Whew! I can't believe it's been already 15 days since the April A to Z challenge ended. I joined the A to Z road trip, visiting those A to Z blogs and posts I didn't get a chance to visit during April.
No rules, just ride through as many and as often as you can. It's a lot of fun, and you can sign up by adding your name to the linky here. I have been going at a slow pace because, alas, as soon as I signed up, I got sick. I'm still recovering, but have enough in me to at least invite you all along for the ride. If you didn't participate in the challenge this year, check out the challenge website to see the ongoing story of the challenge as posts continue. You may be intrigued enough to consider it next time around in April 2015.
At the top of the website, you can find the links for those who signed up for the challenge or for the those who wrote reflections on the challenge. The link for the road trip was not at the top of the website at the time of this posting, but I hope they add that as well since this is the fourth annual road trip, after all.
I've already discovered some great blogs while on the road trip, traveling through various reflections on the challenge. One was the website of The Slightly Eccentric Diary of Rob Z Tobor. His reflection was a parody of Jack in the Beanstalk that he titled Fee Fi Fo Fum. It's a hoot. Check it out here.
There are lots of wonderful blogs in the blogosphere, no doubt. There are also a plethora of writing challenges, parties, linkys, etc. It can take over your life. The A to Z challenge is a place to expose oneself to a wide assortment of different writers, styles, topics, people from all over the world, and yet, as more than one member of this diverse group has put it, still feel a sense of community. It's quite incredible really. I'm very glad someone invited me to check it out and join in. Now I am inviting you.
God bless, Maria
- Delighting in my God, I desire to dwell in His pleasure and to help others experience true delight."Delight Yourself in the Lord;And He will give you the desires of your heart.Commit your way to the Lord,Trust also in Him, and He will do it.And He will bring forth your righteousness as the light,And your judgment as the noonday.Rest in the Lord and wait patiently for Him;..." Ps 37:4-7a