A-Z April Challenge Reflection..

A-Z April Challenge..Reflection

http://a-to-zchallenge.com

I almost didn’t participate this year because of time constraints but I am so glad I didn’t let that stop me.

I am a bit disappointed I did not visit as many sites as I wanted too. There were SO many! That being said, I did visit quite a few and I’ve met people that I am sure I will stay in touch with.

I met some of my favorite blog friends here last year.

Thank you so much to everyone ‘behind the scenes’ you did a fabulous job!

Congratulations to everyone that finishedJ

I hope to catch up with all of you before next year..I’m already looking forward to it!

4 Responses to “A-Z April Challenge Reflection..”

  • Congratulation on finishing the challenge. During the challenge I didn’t visit as many blogs as I would like to but, cross my heart, I’m visiting every single one with the reflection post! I am so glad my journey brought me here.

    Evalina, This and that…

  • I can’t imagine that anyone made it through the entire list let alone as many as they wanted to. I got so hopelessly behind and have been struggling just to make my rounds to the people who left comments on my posts. It was a great Challenge this year and think a large percentage did finish.

    I’m glad you were able to join us for the 2012 Challenge.

    Lee
    An A to Z Co-Host
    Tossing It Out

  • Hi I am just popping in to say hello, you followed me during the A-Z and I really am not sure if I returned before this, but I am now! You have some really nice Blog Awards!

  • Pleased you did make it Doreen.

    Yvonne.

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