07 May 2016

A to Z Blogging Challenge 2016 Reflections Post


This year's A to Z Challenge was just that - a challenge- for me. It was at times extremely overwhelming, but at all times it was fun. I looked forward to reading the posts of other bloggers and racing the clock to get at least five posts read and commented to each day.

The thing that impacted me the most was realizing just how very small this world really is. I met research/genealogy bloggers in Australia and collectors and rememberers here in Texas, all with whom I have things in common, and reconnected with blogging pals that share my faith in Heavenly Father. I read stories and learned about plots. I visited important US cities that I will never visit in my lifetime and travelled back through time with a blogger friend from an area rich in my family's history, and many more. It was all great! Overwhelming or not, I wouldn't change a thing.

Please visit this post to see the blogs that I visited on a regular basis during this challenge: A to Z Challenge Coming to a Close.

And this post A to Z Blogging Challenge Post Index to find a list of links to my challenge posts.

Thank you to all of those that made this year's challenge such an adventure!


  1. I am so glad you enjoyed the Challenge! Moreover, I'm thrilled I've gotten to know you and that we are "connected" now.
    Barbara, blogging at Life & Faith in Caneyhead

    1. I am happy to be connected to you, too...sisters in Christ. :) I have just visited three of your posts and commented. I think one was current and two were from years gone by. I could spend all day reading your posts, both old and new. You're such a blessing.

      Have a Happy Mother's Day!

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    1. Thanks, Denise. Have a blessed week. :)


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