Actually, I've noted that a lot of bloggers are doing some kind of 'A to Z Blogging Challenge!' Yep, even complete with an exclamation mark for dramatic impact! Of course, I would call it the 'A to Zed Blogging Challenge!' If y'all are living in the good ol' U.S. of A, you probably pronounce it the 'A to Zee Blogging Challenge!'
Well, as I've commented to a few bloggers, I don't need such a challenge because I've already learnt the alphabet.
I thought perhaps it might have something to do with the 'A to Z' challenge that is the great British road atlas. Turns out it has nothing to do with that. What it has to with is sort of explained in the next paragraph.
"What is the A to Z Challenge?
It’s blogging a letter of the alphabet every day (of) the month of April (with Sundays off for good 'behavior'.) It begins April First with the letter A and ends April 30 with the letter Z." And yes, my spell check notes that 'behaviour' is spelt wrong.
Well, that sounded easy enough. Just write down the alphabet over twenty six days, starting with the letter 'A' and ending up with 'Z' or 'Zed' or 'Zee'. I was hoping it could have been even easier than that. For instance just using bowels or constipation, sorry, I mean vowels or consonants. Hell, vowels would have been super easy. That would be five vowels, possibly six, if you include 'Y'.
Then I discovered, with my keen sense of observation, that you were actually doing a topic beginning with the letter of the alphabet for that particular day. I shudder to think what you might use as a topic for the letter 'F'.
And there I was, strolling through the lil' ol English town of Leek. I thought about those participating in the A to Z Blogging Challenge! and what they might be using for inspiration for each letter. Gosh kids, imagine my surprise when I came upon this newly opened store. I bet there are loads of ideas for topics in 'The Alphabet Store'.
Of course, if you wanted a real challenge when it comes to alphabets, you might consider the Tamil alphabet.
A - B - C - D - E - F - G