A to Z Revisited


Last April I stumbled upon a new blogging challenge from Arlee @ Tossing it Out — to blog through the alphabet in April.  As a fairly new blogger, I was not sure I was up to the challenge.  I made it, and made many new blog friends along the way.  If you have a blog or have thought of starting a blog, consider joining in on this years’s challenge!  The challenge has exploded — so far nearly 400 people have signed up so far!  Arlee and the crew who are helping him orchestrate the contest would love to have 500 bloggers joining in the challenge.

My goal is to start posting a bit more between now and April — I’ve been slacking on keeping up a presence on the Internet!  I am so looking forward to reconnecting with some bloggers I got to know last year and discovering some new blogs and friends this year.  I hope you’ll join in!

5 responses to this post.

  1. So happy that you’re in the Challenge again, Melody. Now you can start flexing those blog muscles to get in top writing shape for April. You know the score already and I’m sure you’ll do great. I’ll link to this announcement in a Thank You post I’m planning for 3/16.

    Tossing It Out


  2. I’m happy you’ve joined! I saw it last year and chickened out. I’ve thought of Arlee for the past year and felt bad that I ‘let him down’ because he told me he hoped I joined. Guess what? I did this year! Yippee! 🙂

    ♥.•*¨ Elizabeth ¨*•.♥


  3. 500!!!! We will hit 500!


  4. My first go at an A-Z Challenge. I’ll check in on you as we get going.
    Wanna buy a duck


  5. Just joined! Look forward to reading your blog.


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