A-to-Z April 2015 Survivor Followup

Wow, what a ride. From, the rouge esoteric corners of language and explorations of words, to the far reaches of the universe and few fictional places in between, I learned a lot about Japanese culture from Alex and had a nice traipse through the state of Maine with Sayling Away. Need some tips on your writing? Stop by the Write on Sisters.  it’s been an amazing journey on my first A-to-Z challenge.  If you enjoy some good female monsters or little Geek Pastiche you can check out Part-time Monster and Sourcerer. Thanks for the ride everyone it has been fun, entertaining, educational and enlightening. An incredible journey shared with old friends and new. If you want to check out all the amazing blogs that I visited and did not mention or ones that I was not able to visit just because there were over 1600 blogs participating, you can find them at the A-to-Z April 2015 Sign-up page.

It is my hope that my shared memories and thoughts passed along to me by my Grandma can help and encourage you in some small way. If you found the posts interesting or helpful, please share them with your friends and family. If there are topics or questions you would like to see me cover, drop me an email or a comment. I sometimes miss things on Twitter, but I stop by there every day or two. Thanks to all who stopped by to read and like the posts, but a special warm thank you to those who took time to comment. I am still a bit behind on my commenting on other blogs for the A-to-Z, but  I will catch up in the next few days. Have an #AWESOME Friday and an amazing weekend.

Gratitude is not only the greatest of virtues, but is the parent of all the others. - Cicerio

Gratitude is not only the greatest of virtues, but is the parent of all the others. – Cicerio

17 thoughts on “A-to-Z April 2015 Survivor Followup

  1. Alex Hurst

    Aww, thank you very much for the shout-out! I had a lot of fun with your grandmother’s wisdom as well. Lots of great quotes and life lessons. 🙂 Congrats on completing the challenge! It’s been quite the ride!

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  2. melissasugarscriptcom

    I’m sorry I missed your stories and advice passed on by your grandfather. It sounds like a nostalgic and beautiful theme. Now that the challenge is over and I have a little more time , I’ve added your blog to my reader so I can read your future posts and try to go back and read some of your A to Z post. Nice reflection post.

    I am number 424 on the reflection post sign up list.
    Melissa Sugar
    @msugar13
    Sugarlaw13@live.com
    http://fictiontoolbox.blogspot.com

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    1. shawngriffith Post author

      Thanks! No apology necessary. I too am catching up checking out all the really neat and interesting blogs that participated. Thanks for dropping by and sharing your thoughts. I’ll visit you soon!

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    1. shawngriffith Post author

      Thanks for dropping by! I’ll make it over soon. I’m getting started on my road trip this week. 🙂

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