Monday, March 23, 2015

My A to Z theme




Here it is:  March 23, 2015!  And you are probably wondering about the idea of Themes.

What will be my theme for the A-to-Z? 

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Since childhood, I have always been one to watch dust motes in a steam of light.  I was one who asked the Why? And What?  And How? Questions. 

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What is under that dime in the grass?  Who lived in this house?

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Why does oil float on a puddle and make a swirl of color?

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Why? How? What?


My blog posts will follow the line of observations, random bits of literature, history, and quests…because that is who I am:  A writer, a storyteller, a reader--an adventurer.

Click of the red stage curtains to access a list of other "Reveals".

PS:  I will be following my regular blogging friends--because I would hate to miss what they write.


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    1. Stories that answer questions are even better.

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  2. I look forward to reading the What, How and Why. What about Where?

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    1. Where will of course be mixed in there, some place in the post.

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  3. It is nice to ask such questions to the right person to get clarified and to understand many things ...

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    1. Well, I don't know about the answers....the thread of the story tells you all.

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  4. That theme could take you anywhere. And we'll enjoy the ride!

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    1. My posts do zig-zag around to Z, so I hope all are enjoyed.

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  5. Looking forward to reading your non-themed theme blogs. I'm inquisitive and I have a few questions for you. What will Day 1's post be? Why are you keeping it a secret? How far in advance do you write posts? Who, among the A to Z bloggers in past years, have you liked so much that they became regulars you read, and how many have followed you? Why am I not participating this year? Do you care? Hahahahha I'll stop now. I can be a real pest. Ask my husband. Why is the sky blue?

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    1. Had too much coffee today, didn't you.

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  7. Questions bring about a story. Not sure much is under the dime though, but you never know haha

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    1. Well, I would pick up that dime anyway, just to see. It well maybe a family of Borrowers having their dinner.

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  8. Very interesting theme choice and I love how you illustrated your example questions with images. Very evocative.
    Tasha
    Tasha's Thinkings | Wittegen Press | FB3X (AC)

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    1. Thanks, Tasha! I am a visual person, who gets inspired by the photo or what I see.

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  9. I can't wait to see where this takes you!


    Allyse

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  10. I am a questioner and a wonderer so I am really, really looking forward to your A to Z. As I do to all your posts.

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    1. I would love to go a-wandering with you, or at least sit on your patio!

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  11. Ok, I'm intrigued! And I love the black cat on your sidebar. We used to have one too.
    Anabel at Anabel's Travel Blog

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    1. That was my son's cat, and my son took him with him when he moved. Big adventurous tom who still lay on my lap (taking up all my lap and chest) and purred while he clawed my towel covered chest.

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  12. It sounds like a good plan. Whatever works!

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  13. I'm also a non-themer. Let's hear it for us going our own way!

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    1. .less restrictions, more exploration

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  15. Interesting. Thanks for visiting my blog and leaving a comment, Susan. I'll try and pop back alter to see some of your posts. Sue’s Trifles

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  16. I'm looking forward to reading your A-Z

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  17. On to adventure! :) Your musings sound like they are going to be intriguing!

    Sophie
    Sophie's Thoughts & Fumbles
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    Wittegen Press

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  18. This sounds perfect!
    I call things like this "Not For Nothin's."
    Although, MY "Not For Nothin's" usually revolve around fart jokes.
    I'm sophisticated that way.

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    1. it's a talent not everyone possesses.

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  19. I have always been one to want to know the how and why of things. Mom and Dad, if they were busy, would say, Look it up.

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    1. My parents would usually say I don't know, and keep on working. I used imagination to create a story, speculating.

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Go ahead...it won' t hurt...I'd love to hear what you think!