Monday's special

Posted by Claudia Moser on 9:13 AM

Since I am involved in this challenge, the alphabet became my Alpha and Omega, so this Monday's special is dedicated to this new theme.

Action, looks, words, steps, form the alphabet by which you may spell character.
Johann Kaspar Lavater

Egotism is an alphabet of one letter
Scottish proverb

Why' is the only question that bothers people enough to have an entire letter of the alphabet named after it.
The alphabet does not go 'A B C D What? When? How?' but it does go 'V W X Why? Z.
Douglas Adams

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Good Morning Claudia - It is late here 1:32am - but I was having difficulty with my post - for some reason the font size was not cooperating...very frustrating.

I got your note - we will figure out how we can connect by email!


And - I like your post - you always have interesting things to write about.

@Jenny - no worries :) We will manage! Thank you for your kind words!

Very clever!

Good luck with the challenge...I'm very definitely enjoying the submissions of those bloggers I follow who are paticipating in this. I love the different approaches each one has taken.

@Desiree - so right! It is rather exciting right?

I love Douglas Adams. He has said so many funny and insightful things.

Interesting quotes! Love the ego one especially.

@Rick - so true! I'll look for some more :)
@Belle - yes, quite unexpected!

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