Thursday, April 5, 2018

F is for Friday! #AtoZChallenge

F is for Friday!


Friday is probably my favorite day of the week. Working a Monday-Friday job, Friday marks the end of my work week. For the last ten years, I have celebrated almost every Friday with coworkers. It's a great way to wind down and prepare for an action packed weekend.

This particular Friday is extra special because we are SO close to the end of the first week of the A to Z Challenge! Just one more day and we can all breathe a great big sigh of relief and take a day off. Of course, many of us will likely use that day to catch up on our favorite blogs and find new ones, but at least the pressure of posting is relieved.

The end of the first week is in sight. Hang in there!

What is your favorite way to end your work week?
~Jayden R. Vincente (adult content)

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Jamie said...

Woo! One week down! (Almost)

Sue Bursztynski said...

And today's post, on Aussie Children's Writers! Mem Fox, Jackie French, John Flanagan!

Kalpana said...

TGIF. I always look forward to Friday with a huge amount of anticipation only to fall into bed early and catch up on sleep. The real celebrations for the weekend begin on Saturday morning, when those two days stretch before us filled with infinite possibilities.

Anonymous said...

Happy Friday! :)

Bernadette said...

Happy Friday! (Though I usually wait for Saturday before preparing for a day off)

F for Footprint

Melinda said...

I'm having problems with the master list.
Can't access anyone's blog.

M : )

Harvest Moon by Hand said...

Thank you for hosting the challenge. It's been a lot of fun visiting such a wide variety of blogs.

Jayashree Srivatsan said...

F FOR Flowers

Cathy Kennedy said...

Thanks for hosting the A2Z fun. I added today's post to the link up and everyone is invited to visit Curious as a Cathy for A2Z Creating iPad Art Sketches ‘Fairy’!

Charan Deep Singh said...

Today's post on my reasons to write

Free Spirit

Namratha said...

Today's poem is inspired by Mouth & Foot Painting Artists
Feet @NamysaysSo

Unknown said...

Friday - I always sigh with relief and anticipate a slow down on the weekend.

Haneen Ibrahim said...

It F already? wow! Friday is a pretty stressful day for me actually, but I know what you mean :P

Blog: I Will Never Give you Up
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LauraEhlers said...

My favorite day of the week is any day I am off work!! (I work 10 hr shifts in a hospital...)
Can’t believe I have made it this far!!

J Lenni Dorner said...

Can you please be more specific?
Have you cleared your cache?
Have you done a web search to narrow down why you can't click on hyperlinks in a Google Sheet?
Do other hyperlinks work for you?
Have you tried copy and pasting the hyperlinks?
Did you make a copy of the Master List for yourself, as was shown in the instructional video/ written out in the PDFs?

Roland Clarke said...

I'm still playing a massive catch-up. F means that the Challenge still has a way to go. and I'm still at my K post - well, just written it. Moral: pay attention and note that A to Z is imminent a month out - not a week away. I'll be visiting other blogs in...June?

retirementreflections said...

So many of us have written about 'Friday' from different perspectives. Very cool! One week done! Yeah!!

kaykuala said...

F for TIGF


kaykuala said...

correction - it's TGIF, phew!

Gonz said...

I decided to run an alphabetical monstrorium in my blog. Here is my entry for F: "F is for Fiend", in which I tell you about devils and demons for the D&D game.