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X Is For X Marks The Spot

I remember my little red xylophone I had as a kid. Drove my mother crazy banging on that thing with the little white sticks.... Wish I had a photo of it.... but I don't, and I don't play anymore either.
So I sat and tried so hard to figure out what to post for X this week.
I got nothing.
Zip, zilch, nadda!
X marks the spot where my ideas should have been, but I have been robbed!
That 's it! That has to be the explanation for my absence of mind. Someone took the x words right out of my brain and left me feeling xenophobic.
Oh well, will try to do better next week.


Alphabe Thursday



Comments

  1. Don't worry Freda, we all go through that. Lol Yours is just way funny :) and I love that look with an X mark.

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  2. I love the alphabet posts. So cute.
    xo

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  3. I think it's an x thing really! I had the same brain fade can't decide what to X about! So after banging my head against a tree for awhile.... Well you saw my post! :)

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  4. Fun post and cute photo for X ~ Happy Weekend to you ` thanks for visiting ~ carol, xx

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  5. Well, those darn old X words, jumping out of your head like that! How dare they?!!

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  6. Brilliant for nothing xxx
    Phew thought I had missed Linky for X , now trying to say hi to everyone missed you while I was internet deprived in France.

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  7. eXtremely clever post for the letter "X"...

    "X" is always a tricky one!

    Thanks for linking!

    A+

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