Z is reached. How does it feel. Relief tinged with sadness. Twenty-six posts completed with this being the last one. I have met some wonderful people through this challenge and it was my fault that I didn’t meet more. I was time challenged as well as A-Z challenged but I did my best and a big thank you to everyone that came and visited me.
So on my last A-Z Emotions
Awesome – so many Renaissance Artists
Caring: A writer and gardener
Energetic Not only does she write wonderful posts but she gets around and visits and organises. Thanks for feeling energetic and co-hosting the challenge
Feisty – Standing up for the rights of those that can’t do it themselves and there is an awful lot of love in here as well.
Glad – I’d already used H and Dina is happy Visit her in Norway. I loved Norway when I was there and I love what Dina shows us. http://toffeefee.wordpress.com/
Hate (not really) but she reviewed books that she hated http://finleyjaynesbookshelves.blogspot.com.au/
Interest – have a cup of coffee with psychbabbler http://www.overacuppacoffee.com/
Joy shows through this journey through parenthood http://5heartsonefamily.blogspot.com.au/
Kindness – Anyone who loves animals http://angelsbark.wordpress.com/
Love “Do what you love, with love & the rest will follow.
Questioning: doing similar study to me and looking at writing http://aimingforapublishingdeal.blogspot.co.uk/
Roumanian folklore leaves you feeling you are in another world http://silviatomasvillalobos.wordpress.com/
Sensitive – some fantastic stories
Understanding – storytelling http://www.door2lore.com/
Wonder of the Western settlement Fascinating. http://rscottamsbaugh.com/
Xochiti – An Aztec language word. Check out Stephanie’s X post to find out all about it http://stephanierosebirdstudio.blogspot.com.au/
Yearning – to write and she does it so well. http://eclecticoddsnsods.com/
I didn’t manage to do another 26 emotions and I apologise to those that visited and commented that I thoroughly enjoyed but due to my technical ineptitude I have not been able to recognise here.
Thank you to the organisers. I can’t say I loved every minute. There were emotions that I would have preferred not to visit and letters which were just plain difficult to fit within the theme but I have a real sense of achievement having written an emotion every day. I did have problems going between wordpress and blogger and blogspot and I now have people in circles, on twitter, and places that I rarely go and I doubt I will find again as I just don’t know what half of these sites are.
Cheers everybody. Great meeting you and hope to see you again next year for the 2015 A – Z.