A-Z Reflection Post
Last word on the A-Z Challenge I promise. Allergy warning: Posts may contain nuts, wheat, diary products and a few cuss words. Towards the end of the A-Z Challenge, I learned one very important lesson and that is that drinking hot chocolate, immediately followed by a lukewarm mocha topped with cream, is not a good idea. My stomach was so upset by the absurdity of the situation, that it decided to evict it’s occupants without prior notice and now my derriere hates me.
Although not as many as there are in Khmer, (Cambodia) which has 74 letters. So I should be thankful for small mercies I suppose. Having to endure a 74 day alphabet challenge, would have seen me like this:
before then having to check myself in a monastery. No I don’t mean a Nunnery. There are no men in a Nunnery. Having said that, I enjoyed this year’s challenge immensely, even though both comments and visitors did taper off significantly after the third week, but that still didn’t make it any less fun or enjoyable. During the challenge however, my posts were met with critical acclaim.
Some people praised my sophisticated sense of jocularity.
Some people followed.
And some promised to book mark me and read at a later date.
My only complaints are, bloggers who would follow but once followed back, would then stop commenting or visiting. And although I did carry on reading through their A-Z posts until the end, I unfortunately, no longer felt like contributing. Also, the world of the blogosphere can be quite fickle in that certain groups of people only follow blogs of the same ilk. Understandable because they have a common cause, but it does leave smaller blogs floundering around. Apart from that, the support and encouragement from the A-Z team was wonderful in keeping up moral and without the same from a few of my regulars, I don’t think that I would have even gotten half way through the challenge. A big thank you to all those who dropped by and left a comment. Your visits were very much appreciated. As I invariably end up saying without fail, “I ain’t never doing that again.” So if anyone sees The Incoherent Ramblings Of A Moose on next year’s Linky list, you have permission to shoot me this look.
Oh, before I go, I must mention my womb-fruit who also completed the challenge this year. http://spawn15.blogspot.co.uk/ Congratulations Lil man.
Definitely The End.