‘Z’ is for ‘Zero’. “Zip’, ‘Zilch’ and ‘Zat’s All Folks!’
If you followed my blog prior to the A to Z Challenge, you might already know that my husband and I completed over 700 kilometers on the Camino Trail this past summer. Every part of that trip was incredible. The most invigorating moment was undoubtedly this one.
The feeling is similar with the A to Z Challenge. This post concludes 26 days of non-stop blogging and continuous adventure. The experience has been exhilarating, exhausting, enriching, excruciating, exciting, and eye-opening. (Where is Day 5 when you need it most?)
Regardless of whether you read one or all twenty-six of my A to Z posts, I am honoured that you’ve followed along. Your supportive comments kept me going, especially on travel days when the challenge was the toughest. (There is a special award for those who miraculously commented on all posts!)
Since my goal of this Challenge was to record my April adventures, here are a few adventures/photos that did not get highlighted. I didn’t want them to be forgotten.
Finally, I am honoured to present the “Perfect Attendance Award” to Leanne from Cresting the Hill. Leanne commented on all of my previous (25) A to Z posts. She also blogged daily for this challenge while working part-time. I need her secret on how she does all of this!
Commenting on all but one post were: Sue (Sizzling Toward 60), Jill (Jill Weatherholt Blog), Karen (Profound Journey) and Janis (Retirementally Challenged). Why not stop by their sites (as well as Leanne’s) and show them some love?
There were numerous other bloggers who showed similar support. I am truly humbled! Whether you read/commented upon 1, 26, or any number of posts in between, your encouragement has filled me with extra zip, zing, zest, and zeal which was definitely needed to get through this challenge.