The A to Z Team wants to thank all participants and supporters of the Challenge. Without you A to Z would not be what it is. On a personal level I want to give a hearty thank you to our great A to Z Team who keep the Challenge running smoothly.
We're celebrating our Tenth Anniversary here at the April Blogging from A to Z Challenge.
#AtoZchallenge. The blog hop that made an online community by asking bloggers to spend the month of April using the English alphabet as inspiration for their posts. We're glad you stopped by today.
If you're looking for someone to thank for this year's Challenge then don't be heaping any praise on me. Maybe I seem to have been a bit withdrawn from the A to Z this time around and to a great extent I have. If it weren't for the A to Z team this year this Challenge might not have gotten off the ground with the success we have seen thus far.
Over the past couple of years we have downsized the A to Z Team from what it had been in the past and it's worked pretty well in my opinion. We've had some outstanding A to Z Team members in the past and this year we've had one of the tightest most efficient teams yet. They're all Challenge veterans who've gotten the routine down to a science.
So my most expansive thank you to our team captain J Lenni Dorner who with great competency took the reins of this 10th annual Challenge as I've dealt with some distracting personal matters. J, you're the best and hope you'll stick with us in the coming years. Also, my thanks to Jayden R Vincente who has done a fantastic job setting up the sign-up lists and maintaining them. Another big thank you goes to John Holton who has provided technical assistance to make things run better as well as his continual efforts to promote A to Z. And finally there is Zalka Csenge Virág who has been a key A to Z Team member since 2015 and provided valuable promotional support for the Challenge.
I hope everyone who reads this post will take the time to visit the blogs of each of these members to say thank you. I'm sure they'd appreciate that.
Thank you Team 2019!
thanks Team :)
No words to express how thankful I am for giving this opportunity to pour my heart out. Thank you very much AtoZ.
<3 Thanks so much, Arlee.
I'll be here. The challenge will live on.
Team 2019 deserves all of our thanks! Thank you each and every one! I'm thrilled to be a part of the A to Z community once again this year and soon we'll triumphantly cross the finish line. :)
Come visit today's post, A2Z Little Mermaid art sketch series 'Treasures'
Go Team Go
Thanks to all members of A to Z Challenge team. You are helping many individuals as well as blogging platforms.
A to Z participant Narayana Rao Management Theory
Huge thanks! Things are running very smoothly this year! Don't miss the daily Google Doc Letter thing. I'm sure that caused extra headaches last year.
The T truck:
The T shoe:
Celebrating 10 years in print for In The Eye of The Beholder ...
T is for Treves, Frederick
Thanks to Bollywood films and its idiosyncrasies. The challenge this year wasn't possible without them. Read today's post T is for Titles & Title Songs in Hindi Films
Thank you AtoZ team! My first time, and it was a pleasure ;)
T = Tifaifai
I really appreciate the encouraging daily posts. And, having the master list link posted daily is really helpful!
Thanks to each and every person involved in organizing and facilitating A2Z Challenge. Each and every post is so compact and encouraging!
My post for today's letter T - https://anjus.home.blog/2019/04/23/trance/
It's almost time to say TaTa to the Ttnth year of the challenge. Thank you all for hosting this event.
See which T titled tomes I'm featuring today at Girl Who Reads
T for Troy
t is for transcendence
Thanks J Lenni Dorner, Arlee and T for Team.
My T is for Treachery as in Part 20 of Azure Sparke: https://rolandclarke.com/2019/04/23/t-for-treachery-azure-spark-part-20/
My post for "T" is linked below!!
The A to Z team deserves a huge kudos for the work they do for the challenge.
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