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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



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  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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