Hopefully everyone knows what the A to Z challenge is, if not… Well, let me quickly tell you. Every year during the Month of April a bunch of crazy people called bloggers dedicate themselves to posting everyday… from A to Z. That’s it, simple… unless your a normal person with things to do. 🙂 That’s pretty much everyone, so it is a challenge. Arlee Bird, who runs the blog Tossing It Out, was the person who started the Challenge in 2011. I didn’t start then but… Thanks Arlee, for making me a little crazier then usual every year.
This year I decided to do movies, the first letter in the title per day. Removing the word “The” or any other word that would be silly if searching for something. You need an example? “The” Great White Hype, would be “G”. (and NO that isn’t G for me)
That’s my basic overall theme for the April. Chances are, because it’s me, this whole project within a theme will go completely off the rails on some of them. That’s not to say I won’t start out talking about a movie but could digress into something about zombies or garden gnomes. Well, come on what did you really expect from me?
The folks who host this nutty adventure made some nice little helpful devices to keep me on track and here is one of them, in case you have your hopes set on a particular letter… We get Sundays off, for the most part. If years past are any indication you will see posts on those days too… One of them for me will be a “#” title just for fun… Not a hashtag, a number like “1”, Damn kids these days…
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