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Z Is For Zero, Zip, Zilch

I love the zoo. Zebras and giraffes are among my favorites to visit. I don't get there as often as I would like though.
I sat to write this post and wondered what I could write about. The zoo didn't cross my mind even once, it's been so long since I've been and the last time I took no photos. Geez, the lions were sleeping that day and nothing was really picture-worthy. 
So I had a real dilemma. I had zero ideas. Zip! Zilch!
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Then it came to me.
I could use this time to tell you about the next round of Alphabe and what I have planned.
Since I went through a couple of rounds letting you in on some of my secrets, I decided this round I would share a favorite poem each week. This is going to be a hard task for me, narrowing down my favorites, but I aim to please.
While I have no ideas for today, what how great next week is!

Please take a moment to send the meme host positive vibes and prayers. They are a little under the weather, so-to-speak, and need our thoughts. (((HUGS))) for Jenny and Mr. Jenny too!

Comments

  1. Great choice for Z and I love 'House' ~ xoxo

    artmusedog and carol (A Creative Harbor)

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  2. Time goes by fast ... you're up to Z already!

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  3. He has "the" face for sip, and zilch:)

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  4. Z already - where did all those weeks go?!

    Nice post.

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  5. Awwwwww! A very sweet Z post. I have Miss Jenny and Mr. Jenny maybe not as much, but our dear sweet Miss Jenny is in my thoughts every day. God bless them both. And you and well just all of us for sticking to blogging! I just adore Mr. House too, even though I really had to stop watching his shows.... too much reality?

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  6. Thanks, Freda. Love that you put so much thought into your future posts. And for dropping by and commenting on my last minute contributions!!

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  7. Sending all the good mojo I can to the "Jennys"....

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  8. The zoo is a fun place to visit. Prayers are with Jenny. It's hard to believe it's "Z" time.

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  9. sorry to hear Ms. Jenny is under the weather. Hope she feels better soon. Having a theme is a great idea. I've done that once or twice. Hope to see your favorites! {:-D

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  10. I do hope our dear Miss Jenny gets some answers soon. This was a great idea for the letter Z. I'm looking forward to reading your poems in the next round.

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