Saturday, March 28, 2015

The A-to-Z Blog Challenge: Blogging through April one Post at a Time

If I had a boyfriend or husband, I would propose the challenge of dating our way through the alphabet. I saw something similar years and years ago, in a book Alphabet Weekends by Elizabeth Noble and since then (or maybe before then) ABC dating. The premise is easy, you and your significant other would take turns selecting an activity or place to go for each letter (I would have A, he would be responsible for B, so on and so forth) that are a bit out of the everyday norm (like not a typical dinner date for D...let's be a bit more original that that) and it would certainly lend itself to an adventurous dating life, whether you're dating a boyfriend or a husband.

For us single ladies, you could also do this with your besties or you can channel some Jason Derulo and ride solo through your own A-Z challenge. I'll consider this, but since I have 549 days left of my 101 in 1001, I'll wait a little bit longer for a beau to partake in these alphabetical escapades. 

To up my blogging game, I'll be blogging the A-to-Z challenge. The basis is easy, you blog through the alphabet the month of April (except for Sundays). You wind up having 26 posts (Mon - Sat) and each post will tie into the specific day's letter,  So, April 1st will start with a post that deals with the letter, "A" and will touch on dating through the alphabet and what I would likely choose if I was assigned to each letter...

There are few days left to join in on the blogging from A to Z fun. I've linked the photo from above if you want to join me and more than a thousand other bloggers. Hope my make believe alphabetical dating will inspire you to grab your sweetie and embark on your own dates from A to Z.

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  1. Hi, I am just dropping by from the A-Z crew to visit and welcome you to this years challenge.

    1. Thank you Carolyn! I'm looking forward to taking on the challenge. It'll be a fun way to up my blogging game... I've been a bit of a slacker.