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  1. Am just catching up on your latest letter posts (just as well it’s not me doing the a-z, I can’t even keep up on my reading!)…..It seems you’re thriving on the challenge…..not a duff post in there…lots and lots of proper chuckles mixed in with words of wisdom… Brilliant! x

    • Thank you for such a lovely comment. Helloitsgemma said that posting everyday for a challenge like this would be invigorating, and I have got to say that she is right. I cursed myself at the beginning for taking it on, and I am afraid that I too have a lot of reading to catch up on, but overall it has been good fun and I have met some lovely people along the way. 

      Thanks for visiting… now off to see what you have been up to.

  2. Pearson Report

    What an excellent “X” post – I really enjoy this letter – I learn so much as I hop from blog to blog.

    Thanks for participating in the A to Z Challenge – and I’m please to read that you are enjoying posting daily. I also find it quite invigorating.

    Jenny @ Pearson Report
    Co-Host of the Blogging from A to Z Challenge.

    • Thanks hon. A lovely comment was just what I needed ‘cos it’s Yday today, and we have been out all day and now I am home and knackered and Y still needs writing. To add insult the lazy-arsed dinner has not made itself in my absence and was not on the table when we got in. Sack the sausages!

      Point is, I needed a boost in order to cook and blog and not collapse on sofa. Thanks xxx

      And good luck with Zed!

  3. She has got a rack on her hasn’t she? I am a proud shrew through and through …… nag, nag ,nag ….. but how would the household run with out the shrew – she must never be tamed!

  4. Cat

    Brilliant! 
    Sisters getting stuff done. This is the kind of role model we should have a few more of and I think we are well suited to taking on that responsibility. 

    You’ve done so well on your challenge. I’ve got waylaid a bit so I’m really behind but I’m going to try and catch it up by Monday to finish in a blaze of glory.

    • *curtseys* thanks for your kind comment. And HOW did I NOT know that you were on the A-Z trail too. I have added you to my A-Z blogroll (see right) and look forward to catching up on your other entries. I think quite a few people are doing the alphabet in their own time.

  5. And now I have to think which great woman I am channelling, although I have the horrible feeling I am part fishwife!   Brilliant post, well done you for getting to X and not just settling for Xylophone like I would have done! :)

  6. Alexandross

    “Marry or marry not. In any case you’ll regret it.” is actually a quote from EIther/Or by Soren Kierkegaard.

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