So another April A to Z challenge has finished and here’s what I think about that. This year my blogging group and I did one challenge as a whole instead of 26 individual posts. That took a lot of the pressure off and I was able to dedicate more time to other things. Even with less accountability, I found that I didn’t have the time I needed to devote to the challenge this year. I felt like I only was able to visit a smattering of other blogs and comment on even fewer. I just had too much going on in April. Such is life I suppose.
Anyway, since this was an A to Z challenge, I thought I’d share the full alphabet our group wrote. There’s some great information in these posts so you should go ahead and check them out!
A–Playing Tourist– Los Amoles, GTO
B–The Many Aspects Of Beaches In Baja
C–Catavina, The Beauty Of Rocks & Cacti
D–Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead)
E–Why Expats Need Easter
F–Family, Blood From A Far And As We Create A New One Here In Mexico
G–Natural Healing–Guayaba Leaf Tea
H–Playing Tourist –Huandacareo, Michoacán
I–Indigenous of Northern Baja
J–Jungle Living at its Best
K–Kumeyaay (Kumiai) – More Detail Of A Local Indigenous Tribe
L–Loving the Land of Limon
N–Nispero Leaf Tea
O–Olive Oils, Oh My What To Do!
P–Playing Tourist–Puruándiro, Michoacan
Q–My Love Of Quesos
R–Real de Catorce
S–San Felipe, The Land Of Gringos
T–Tecate Pueblo Mágico
U–Playing Tourist–Uriangato, Guanajuato
V–Valle De Guadalupe, A Place Of Many Options
W–Wildflowers and Butterflies in Mexico
Y–La Yacata Revolution
Z–Zoológico Parque del Niño Jersey
So until next year’s challenge—Hasta la vista Baby!