Keyhole? No. Keyring #AtoZChallenge

I think I might have sketched a keyhole for an AtoZ in one of the previous four years. Tempted to go find it and repost.. is that cheating? I asked for ideas for a few letters and you gave them. Many thanks. The downside to that is that it’s cold outside and the keyhole I wanted to draw is of my shed. I think you’ll have to imagine it.  I’d draw the keys to my shed if I knew where they were. I lost them last year and am strugging to live without access to my shed.  It’s going to get messy if I try to open it but I’m getting close.

The more I write here the more I realise this is actually about a keyhole into my life.. As writers we can’t help but put our experiences and values into our writing. It’s something I’ve been a bit concerned of when writing novels. I try to do a quick check of things that have happened to me and hope I’ve not inadvertently written about them.

Here during the AtoZ you’ve found out which veg I already have in my kitchen, which I cook with or not and which I’ve had to go hunting for. The AtoZ is a wonderful keyhole for many people throughout the world doing this odd little ritual for one month. We all get to learn more about each other each year, navigate to those we resonate with and, perhaps, those with a more interesting life than we think we have. Some of the topics you all know about are amazing and the variety of life gets played out between the 2016 blogs all covering K is for.. I wonder how many went for keyhole or key ring today.


Key ring


I’m not drawing a keyhole but one of my key rings. On another topic, Universe, please show me the keys..

My AtoZ Blogging Challenge is all about err, I had every post topic then I changed my mind. This year I have no official theme, however, I do seem to be sketching vegetables quickly..

Even if you’ve not enjoyed reading this post why not see what others are doing too during 2016 AtoZ Blogging challenge. I look forward to seeing you back here tomorrow though I have little idea of what it will say..