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#AtoZChallenge Reflections: April is for Friendship

I love love love taking part in the A to Z Challenge, y’all!

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It’s not cuz I’m so Boss

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courtesy Pinterest

or because I’m a nosy neighbor (librarians are information specialists, right?).

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court. Pinterest

or because I have no friends IRL

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I do have Friends IRL

and in fact, thanks to the A to Z Challenge,

I get to meet with them every Thursday for the Twitter chats!

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If Twitter is stupid then all my friends on Twitter are stupid and that’s ok with me!

At least I’m not alone.

Every Thursday at 1 and 8pm EST

Many of us log on to twitter and lose ourselves in  hashtag azchat.

If I’ve lost track of what someone is doing, chances are I’ll find them  at the #azchat.

Need a quick laugh? #azchat

Need inspiration? How about from our friends in India who wake at 5am. FIVE FRIGGIN FRAGGIN AM

just for a chance to chat with us. Amazeballs.

Or how about some friends on the left coast who are commuting and PULL OVER or chat via the train/bus?

No Friggin way, right?

Or how about our numerous English friends across the pond who tolerate our Americanisms

but yet have so righteously gifted us

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Tom Hiddleston?

All I know is, when Twitter finally gets voice activated and I can actually HEAR everyone’s voices

instead of imagining what they all sound like.

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You will all sound like Beeker to me.

Except you English, I can only do a generic 221B Baker Street accent so, you know,

I’ll be rocking that forever.

If you missed the Twitter Party Friendship olive branch of acceptance,

we offer you the second prize:

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The Celery Stalk of Mediocrity.

You’re prolly better than that but that’s the food that was leftover from the Twitter parties.

And here’s where I say something astute and heartfelt as a send off:

Go. Be Fabulous.

I’m wearing that smile you gave me, A to Z Challenge. How does it look?

Like a Boss, I know.

Thanks for another BRILLIANT (for you English) and GROOVY (for you dorks) and MOST EXCELLENT (for everyone else) Blogging from A to Z Challenge 2015!

Woot!

Get you some of that next year, don’t miss out.

We’ll be waiting for you.

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And watching.

All photos courtesy of Pinterest.

By Pam

My passion is advocating for diversity in children's and YA literature.

17 replies on “#AtoZChallenge Reflections: April is for Friendship”

Congratulations Pam! This was an incredible project and I am so lucky to have been one of your minions. I can’t wait to join you for the #azchat :).

This was my third year doing the A to Z. Probably not as successful as last year, but I finished in the end. Along the way, I received some wonderful support to get me past several real-life challenges that threatened to derail me. The A to Z Challenge definitely has a special place in my blogging heart.

Hi LuAnn, the friendships made during A to Z are truly special. Glad you made it through!

So delightful, Pam! 😀 You had me laughing all the way!

Thank you especially for sharing my posts on Twitter.

Love, Vidya

Hi Pam,
I love those dogs!!!!
So sorry to have missed the a-z chat. It was pouring rain! In California that creates a dangerous situation so I couldn’t pull over without risking life or limb. April was loads of blogging fun. Thanks for being such a fabulous hostess.

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