Z is for Zoo (and THE END of this challenge).
I love going to Zoos with my kids. When they were little, we went to the Hogle Zoo every time we drove through Salt Lake City, Utah. Last month, I went to visit my oldest daughter and asked her what she wanted to do while we were in town…and she surprised me when she said, “I want to go to the Zoo. I haven’t been since I was a kid.” How could we disappoint her? So we went to the Zoo…and here are some of the Zany Zoo creatures we met. Continue reading
Y is for Yellowstone and Yosemite…two of the greatest parks in the U.S.
I wrote about Yosemite earlier last year Here and Here. Now I’ll post a little about Yellowstone. It was set aside in 1872 as America’s first national park. It has tons of geysers, hot pots, and wildlife galore (bears, moose, elk, bison, wolves, coyotes, bald eagles, and other critters). Continue reading
is for X-country racing.
I love X-country skiing and my kids do X-country running. Both are endurance sports, and require lots of stamina and effort. Other things that requires those traits are this A to Z Challenge (which is almost done. Whoo hooo!) and Blog awards. I love getting awards, but it take effort and a lot of work to answer the questions in a fun way, think of recipients to hand off new awards to, and then link to everyone you’re supposed to. Can you hear me huffing and puffing? Continue reading
W is for Wrinkles.
In the World today, lots of people have bought into that Whole outward beauty concept that Wrinkles are bad. People spend a fortune on botox, plastic surgery, and whatever else you do to your faces to take Wrinkles out of them. Continue reading
V is for Vixen and Voldemort (for you Harry Potter fans).
The Dictionary has two definitions for Vixen: 1) a female fox; and 2) a spiteful or quarrelsome woman. The Dictionary doesn’t have to define Voldemort, because he is the most evil wizard of all time and we all know that. Continue reading
U is for Universe.
Every time I study a little about the Universe…I am humbled. The numbers boggle my mind. I jotted these tidbits down a few months ago when I was in a fact-finding mode. Continue reading
T is for Texture.
I love the feel and look of different Textures. Today’s post can be short or long, depending on you. Here are some photos shots my daughter took, and I’ve written a short Tactile description. Your assignment, if you bravely choose to accept it, is to think up other words to describe these Textures. Leave your Tactile words in the comments below, and let’s see how many descriptive words we can come up with to use in stories to add the sense of Touch. Continue reading