Zis is Zee End.
And I won’t lie to you, it is a bit of a relief. In case you are new around these parts, I should explain that I have been blogging from AtoZ every day in April with Sunday’s off, unless I got behind in which case Sunday was my catch-up day. Much like the clean-up woman in blogging parlance. OK not really like that at all, but this is just another excuse to shoehorn another great tune into a post. If you prefer you could listen to The Doors, The End… thought not.
I have been working a bit of a loose theme for inspiration (can’t say that phrase without thinking of Madonna’s Into The Groove or my old friend Senta and a particular summer in my teens) but it has not always served me well. It may well have led to some very lazy-arsed blogging indeed. The best example of which could well be the post where I more or less said “I like this song do you?”
I even tried to drag the gorgeous veterans of blogging gorgeousness Helloitsgemma and Older Mum in Muddle into this alphabetical nonsense with me, but they graciously declined. However, what they lacked in joining spirit they more than made up for in the encouragement stakes. These two paragons of blogging fabulousness have commented on pretty much every single blog post this month bar none I think. That is diligence my friends. And it ain’t like they haven’t had their own stuff going on. Thanks girls. If I had to break into song now it would be You Got a Friend in Me.
OK, so this the reflection post. A bit of a how was it for me? A bit of a cop out. I care not. I need to get to the end of this bugger so that I can concentrate on some rather important things. But before I go I also want to just mention the friends I have made along the way and urge you to have a read of their blogs if you aren’t already. Don’t worry the list ain’t long. I am sorry to say that, after writing my posts, I didn’t have enough time to visit many other bloggers on the ridiculously long list of challenge bloggers. I think that this may be the point of the challenge, and, if it is, I have missed it. Never mind.
Having said that I did get to know a handful of people considerably better than I did at the start. And for that reason alone it has all been worth it. Thanks and well done for getting to the effing end Losing My Lemons, Cupcake Mumma, Real Housewife of Suffolk County and, for a second year on The Challenge Jess Topper. xxx
Now eff off you bastards because Zis is Zee End. Move along now, nothing to see here. Well sort of. Perhaps I won’t be back tomorrow, but maybe the next day, if I have something to say. Important stuff obviously. You know, if there is a development with my oven gloves.