Reflection – A to Z challenge


The times were tough and ideas running low, some letters were easy-peasy, some tough as trigonometry. But somehow, I managed to complete the challenge. 26 days, 3 blogs, 78 posts. Yes, I am proud.
The themes on which I wrote were:
 

I had spent the whole of March preparing for the challenge, writing poetry and posts, scanning my hard drive and processing pictures. My neglected hubby was on the verge of searching for Blog-Addiction habillitation center πŸ˜›

I couldn’t have been survived without the amazing Angels who kept visiting my blogs, every single day. Their constant support and encouraging comments, kept me going.

I am thankful to the complete A to Z team for organizing this Challenge. This was the first time I had participated with continous posts and I am so glad I did. I got a chance to read many astounding writers. Their brilliantly crafted posts used to make me edit mine πŸ™‚ Thanks to Corinne for managing A to Z FB group and Mommy Shailaja for kicking our butt everytime we were lazy πŸ˜› The camaraderie and support of the group is Legen-wait for it-dary πŸ™‚ 
A special mention to Red-Handed. Even though she didn’t participate in the challenge, she read all my posts – 26 of them. Girl!! you will kill me with such sweetness πŸ™‚

In between job hunting and preparing for interviews, I tried my best to visit all my readers and in coming days would continue to do so.

In case you didn’t participate in A to Z challenge, here are some amazing bloggers that you should definitely read. I felt their words, I cried with them, I was inspired, I laughed and I learnt lessons too. 
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Do you love Dogs – Read Carol’s 26 adorable yet touching tales.
Fiction
I became a fan of Damyanti’s fascinating style of story telling. Aditi‘s short stories would leave you mesmerized. Sri‘s fiction series almost killed me with suspense. Each day Nabanita had a beautiful tale to tell.
Inspirational 
Shilpa‘s powerful and profound 55 fiction on marriage gyan. Shailaja‘s introspective posts would make you look back at your life. Vidya’s words came at I time when I needed it the most, and  Suzy‘s posts helped me assemble the pieces of my life. Ananya‘s story of courage and will power would make you stand and applaud. Psyh Babbler traverses through her memories – ups and downs and how she overcame them. Yes inspring!!

Books
I thought I was a bookwork, until Tulika came up with 26 authors!! and Corrine with 26 books!! I should die in chullu bhar paani!!
Foodie
I have bookmarked them for emergency situations!! Sluurrppp!!! Shalini and The weekend Baker

Wanna know about Indian festivals, hop over to Usha ji’s blog.

Looking for movies to watch over weekend – Check out Kajal’s Movie Masala and Amit’s biggest movie blog.
Jayanta‘s posts on India and society would make you sit and think back. Beloo’s brilliantly articulated thoughts on Indian education and spititualism are profound.


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These are just handful of the many blogs that I have read and enjoyed. Will be sharing more in my future posts πŸ™‚
Thank you  !!

44 thoughts on “Reflection – A to Z challenge

  1. Standing ovation to you woman !! 3 blogs !! Amazing.. Loved you through the journey. And yes, if your husband find the blog addiction rehabilitation centre, please give them to my folks.. they are searching for it too πŸ˜›

  2. That is an AWESOME achievement, Rajlakshmi, and you already know that – well done! Thank you so much for introducing us to so many other inspiring bloggers, off to read some of them now!

  3. Girl you should be proud!! Managed 3 blogs! Phew! I enjoyed your Haathi chronicles!! Witty n funny and the love and bonding between the family (can I say crazy family) showed! I read few of your poems ans was blown away by the depth of the few I read! Hugs! Thanks for the mention! πŸ™‚

  4. I love the post! Seriously Raj- as I see it is really an unattainable task to update three blogs at once, while I was numb thinking about one! πŸ˜›
    I hope your husband is happy now and not searching for any rehab! πŸ˜› (I was laughing on that one!)
    Many Congrats once again πŸ™‚ πŸ˜€

  5. You are one champion marathon blogger…wow…3 blogs from A-Z!! Take a bow my friend, you rock!! Congratulations on successfully completing the challenge! β™₯

  6. Rajlakshmi, Congratulations on completing the challenge! It was great fun. Thanks for visiting my blog and for mentioning it in your post. Touched! I will keep coming back to catch up on the posts I've missed. See you around. πŸ™‚

  7. Wow Rajlakshmi, you wrote 78 posts.. You are an achiever all the way.This is precisely the reason that I nominated you for the Liebster Award. I wrote only the minimum, which were required and felt drained out!! Thanks for the mention.Congrats for doing such a gigantic task.

  8. Congratulations!!! 78 posts … oh my God!!!! I hope your husband is fine now that April is over! It was always fun to read your posts.. way to go!

  9. Wow, this was a great reflection post, full of your classical sense of humor. Hope your husband didn't find that rehab center πŸ™‚ We need you girl! Congratulations for a great job done. 78 posts is no joke! Thanks for the kind mention. I appreciate it very much.

  10. wowowowo .. thanks for introducing so many great bloggers .. and congrats on finishing off the challenge …

    I do read a few that you have mentioned

    Bikram

  11. Congrats on finishing the challenge and 3 blogs – wow you are a star. Thanks so much for the mention. I have lots of catching up to do on blogs.

  12. Thank you for being so sweet and mentioning me twice over in your blog πŸ™‚ How lovely! I enjoyed all your poetry posts. I may have missed reading a few thanks to traveling. And that 'Blog Addiction rehabilitation centre'; if you find one, please direct me to it πŸ˜‰ Kudos on finishing the challenge with not one, but three blogs! Hats are way off to you!!!

  13. I'm touched that you liked my stories enough to link to my blog. Thank you for that– thanks also for commenting on all the stories, and encouraging me.

    Hope to keep reading your posts and seeing you again at the the A to Z Challenge!

    Damyanti, My Latest post

  14. Oh yes, April was never this exciting and interesting!! It was truly a fun filled and an insightful journey! LOL @ Blog-addiction habitation center πŸ˜€ Hats off to you for acing this challenging challenge with 3 blogs! Kudos to you girl πŸ™‚
    And thanks for the mention, Raj πŸ™‚

  15. That's a lovely tribute to your own work and all those creative bloggers. Indeed it is hard work and deserves ovation. Congratulations on completing the challenge.

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