I wanted to introduce you to some of my favorite bloggers at AlphabeThursday, and invite you to visit their blogs. First of all, what is AlphabeThursday? It's a blog series with a weekly prompt that Jenny Matlock (...off on my tangent...) put together.
With AlphabeThursday, each "student" writes a blog post on Thursday about a letter in the alphabet, and the "class" progresses from A to Z, sharing stories through a Linky Tools. We just completed blogging about the Letter G, our fifth time through the alphabet! If you enjoy writing, you'll have fun here. Join us!
Anna (Anna's Adornment) is the blogger that introduced me to AlphabeThursday. She's an animal lover and Etsy seller from Sweden. Sad to say, she's on vacation until August, so her blog and shop are a bit bare right now. My first alphabet post was with the Letter R back on Feb 10, 2011. It was all about three Tangles I was learning to draw.
|Chicken Piccata, from the Rocky Mountain Woman blog|
Each week, I make an effort to go visit Rocky Mountain Woman. I noticed her blog when I first arrived at AlphabeThursday, when she was building her home in the mountains. She a great cook and includes her recipes!
I've also been following Sue's posts (Sue's News, Views 'n Muse) since I first arrived in "class". You see, one of the rules we have is to visit 10 other blogs around your own post on the LinkyTool list. Sue and I usually end up near each other on the list. I've come to know her and enjoy her mix of images and poetry, and just good 'ol family stories. Oh, there's music too
|Glorious blooms and bee guides , from Splendid Little Stars|
Margaret (Splendid Little Stars) is a friend and member of my BBArtisans team on Etsy, where she sells dyed fabrics. To get a good idea of what the AlphabeThursday linky is all about, read her post called The End: Alphabet Soup (where she has gone through the whole alphabet from Round 4).
I had a blast following Helene's blog, Little Sealed Packages in 2011, when she found a different location each week to write about, from around her home in the county of Derby. It was a personal challenge for herself, and a lot of fun for me. Here's the Letter Z post with a map of the county. This blog is still active, but Helene has other things on her mind, like rock-climbing! Still a lot of great photographs from the beautiful countryside in the UK.