Whew. Let me just say that 26 is a lot of letters. And also I’ve been kind of busy. And I meant to post this the same week as part 4, but I, as you can see, did not.
U is for unseasonal weather. Though for a second I thought that perhaps this lack of snow was bound to be a temporary pre-winter tease, it is now February 26th and I can nly recall one time this winter when the snot in my noce froze. That, my lovely readers, is a winter miracle, especially in Minnesota. Record high temperatures and near non-existant snowfall have made this winter one for the record books. Also, all you global warming non-believers can suck it.
V is for Volkswagen. As in I went to the dealership and I want one. A new beetle. In red. However unrealistic that may be. And also I thought it was cheesy to say V is for Valentines Day. Although I did have a lovely Valentines Day this year. For once.
W is for wedding. Not mine, just to clarify. My oldest friend (we’ve been besties since age 2) Laura is getting married this summer and has asked me to be a bridesmaid! If nothing else this has given me even more of a reason to watch Say Yes to the Dress marathons on TLC.
X is for x-stitch. I have completed a couple cross-stich projects this winter affirming the fact that I am an old woman. If you’re at all interested in the pattern I used for the bird design, you can find it at my hero’s website, MarthaStewart.com.
Y is for WHY. As in WHY did I think it was a good idea to come up with an activity for every letter of the alphabet?
Z is for zero. As in, I have zero ideas for what to put for something that starts with a Z. All I can think of is zoo and zebra, and I think it would be going a little overboard to visit the zoo for the sole purpose of being able to write on my blog that I acually completed an activity that started with a Z. So, yeah, whatever. Its my blog and I can skip letters of the alphabet if I want to.
Thank you for reading. Stay tuned for my next post. Who knows when it will be, but you can expect it to be epic. And not something that requires 5 installments. I have had enough of that, thank you very much.