Friday, May 03, 2013

A to Z Follow up

What I learned from my first A to Z challenge. I will do it again!! I had a great time. I found my rhythm and had no writing problems, mostly, cause my theme was about ME! Next year I'll challenge myself more, I just need to think of a theme.
I found several blogs that I will keep visiting.
I will continue to visit blogs I didn't get to during the challenge until I go through them all!! I am determined!!
My favorite posts were the shorter ones. 200 to 300 words per post. I really wanted to be able to visit a lot of blogs during the month.
I loved learning about new books. New music. I have enough books on my Good Reads list to last till next year!
I printed out enough recipes to make my husband happy!
I even found some craft sites that I will keep checking on. You can never have enough crafts for the Grandbabies to do!!
I found it hard to keep up with blogs that wrote a new chapter of there book, during the challenge. It's hard to come in mid-book. It's not a bad thing. Again, wanting to visit as many blogs as I could.  For me going back to chapter one and reading through was hard to do.

I'm glad I did the challenge. I hope my regular followers learned some new stuff about me........ and  will still be following!! (Please?)


  1. Congratulations on the completion of the Challenge,
    also a great reflection post.


  2. Congrats on finishing the challenge! This is how I came to visit you.

  3. Hi, found you on the reflections list - slowly making my way through it! Didn't 'meet' you during April, lovely blog :) It was also my first challenge and my topic was me too!
    Suzanne @ Suzannes Tribe


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