Join me, Jenny Pearson, co-host of the upcoming A to Z Challenge, for a relaxing walkabout!
Before we begin...I want to welcome any and all newcomers - are you looking for answers to your A to Z questions? Please visit our FAQ Tab - you are sure to find answers to all your questions there! If you’re still stumped visit our Contact Tab and fire off a question to us...we are here to help!
Now, about this walkabout…
Are you feeling topped up with all the information on the Who, What, Where, When, Why and How of this Challenge?
I hope so...because this post in NOT about any of that. It’s about sitting back, enjoying a little West Coast scenery and letting your mind clear as we start the countdown to when the FUN really begins - April 1st.
In a matter of six days we will all be showcasing our thoughts, ideas, stories, pictures, and whatever else is hiding up our sleeves in the upcoming third annual A to Z Challenge.
To that end...I went for a walkabout and in the fresh, crisp air of a glorious day I was able to relax and clear my mind.
Come join me - it’s what the Challenge Doctor has prescribed. (click on any picture to enlarge)
Pan Pacific Hotel, home to the Five Sails Restaurant.
View of the North Shore, from behind our new Convention Centre.
2010 Olympic Cauldron
Downtown Vancouver & Granville Street entertainment.
Relaxing dinner and a peaceful evening sky.
Now, as a little after dinner wind down…
I’m please to announce all my posts are ready for the Challenge. I would like to invite each of you to visit, during the Challenge, and enjoy what I have written, just for you.
In approximately 4,000 words, divided into 26 parts I have told a tragic tale, which will be posted in its entirety on May 1st. Each letter is featured extensively in its corresponding post.
I had incredible fun with my choice for this year's Challenge...and, suffice it to say, I found it very challenging indeed! Hence the need for many wonderful walkabouts, like this one!
Now...we will have no more stressing, if you are new and have just signed up, the fun for you will be to enjoy the spontaneity of each day’s letter...remember, just have fun!
I am looking forward to visiting you!