#AtoZchallenge reflections

April AtoZ blogging challenge 2012 reflections

April came and went in a blink of an eye

Blogging became my life, my world, my everything

Commenting, commenting commenting please please do, Ooh, I popped by and forgot to let you know, shame on me

Daily routine went out the window

Easiest task?  Some wrote themselves

Felt love and hate about April AtoZ 2012, more love than hate

Going to do it again?  Never. Not really, well, we’ll see, maybe.. hmm…

Highlights-seeing my writing prompts being used by others & hurdles-trying to comment, enough said…

I am a robot!

Jewels in the crown-those that kept going when they weren’t able to by roping in friends and family, well done you

Knowledge gained, I learnt lots about writing and flash fiction and all sorts of things, it was like flicking through an encyclopaedia

Lee, what would we do without Lee

Mornings spent hoping my blog had miraculously appeared at 00:01each day, it did!

N eventually.. wrote itself and was much loved

‘O idea what possessed me to sign up, never doing it again (hmm.. see g)

Posts that especially moved or impressed me – there were a number, I should have kept a list, those that managed a triple AtoZ were astonishing.  Drat, I should have done an A2Z of Olympics.. how did I miss that one? (britain’s gone Olympics mad)

Quasi is how I felt during the AtoZchallenge

Ruled my life for a month, that’s what April AtoZchallenge 2012 did

Scheduling was a lifesaver when I was ill and took a holiday (not together), I know, how did I have time?  Pre-scheduling was the key, a fantastic invention

Themes, I kept forgetting to say what my theme was, I did like the themes

Underestimating how long it takes to read and comment on blogs, I kept doing that

Verisimilitude, any excuse to repeat that word (very pleased I finished)

Wisdom to pass on, with all the wisdom out there? What can I offer? I’ll need to ponder that one

x-rated posts made me pink

You and me, we’re blogging friends now, yes?