Category Archives: Challenges

26 Deadly sins Z is for Zealot

This is my last entry for this year’s A to Z blogging challenge.  I think it is the fourth year I have been involved.  I enjoy trying to come up with something different, yet the same, every day and the … Continue reading

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26 Deadly sins Y is for Youth

This is the last week of the A to Z blogging challenge.  Only two days left.  I don’t know how but I have strayed into the last Sunday.  I have run out of days.  Surely, blogging on a Sunday is … Continue reading

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26 Deadly sins X is for X Factor

This is the last week of the A to Z blogging challenge.  Not long now.  What words begin with X?  They all seem to be medical conditions.  The end of the alphabet sorts the wheat from the chaff.  Throughout the … Continue reading

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26 Deadly sins W is for Earworm

This is the last week of the A to Z blogging challenge and the last of the easy letters.  The end of the alphabet has the fewest words to play with.  Throughout the month of April, I have been using … Continue reading

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26 Deadly sins V is for Verbing

This is the last week of the A to Z blogging challenge.  The last six days are the hardest as the letters at the end of the alphabet have the fewest words to play with.  Throughout the month of April, … Continue reading

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26 Deadly sins U is for Uber

This is the last week of the A to Z blogging challenge.  The last six days are the hardest as the letters at the end of the alphabet have the fewest words to play with.  Throughout the month of April, … Continue reading

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26 Deadly sins T is for Trolling

This is the last week of the A to Z blogging challenge.  It has flown past this year.  I have run out of days however, and am going to have to publish my last blog post on a Sunday.  First … Continue reading

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