A to Z Blog Challenge — This Week in Review

Yesterday I completed week two of the April Blogging Challenge, wherein participating bloggers are choosing daily topics based on the letters of the alphabet. This week, we covered G, H, I, J, K, and L.

I continue to be grateful at having serendipitously found out about this opportunity the morning of April 1. This is a process of discovery of a lot of great new people and blogs, and a great opportunity to learn about all kinds of things as I visit other blogs, from the nuts and bolts of blog design and promotion, to topics that others are researching for various books-in-progress, to new viewpoints on familiar topics, and more.

My posts this week were as follows:

Going for a Walk with Kepler in which Kepler and I go for a walk at a nearby park.

How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb in which I discuss the U2 album of the same name and what it means to me.

The Wilderness of Your Intuition in which I consider what intuition is and how it works.

J is for The Joy of the Journey in which I muse on the idea that joy is the simplest form of gratitude.

K is for Kudos in which I share photos and memories from our time in Australia.

BONUS K Post: K is for Kidz in which I post a link to a group of photos of my kids, most of them when they were quite young.

L is for Lighthearted in which I ask readers to tell me what makes them feel lighthearted and I get some marvelous responses, and end up feeling more lighthearted with each comment I read!

Thanks for reading. This week, M N O P Q and R. What do you suppose they will be about? I can’t wait to share them with you.

 A    D  E  F  G  H   I  J    M  N  O  P  Q  R  S  T  U  V  W  X  Y  Z

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