Saturday, May 31, 2014

Roadtrip - May



This year, for the first time, I'm participating in the Post AtoZ Road Trip.  Basically, it's just committing to continuing to visit the blogs that participated in the challenge and to make posts about your "trip" visiting those blogs.

Being a Southerner, it just seemed good manners to start my trip off by stopping by to visit each of our AtoZ Hosts.  Some I had visited before, some I actually follow and others were new experiences for me. 

Next, it seemed only right to return the visits to Life & Faith in Caneyhead that the Challenge brought to me.  Since I don't know who visited, unless they commented, that means I dropped in on everyone who left a comment here at Caneyhead.

You know how sometimes you start a trip with an itinerary and then some sight or a particular road sparks your curiosity and suddenly you've abandoned your plan and turned off into a new adventure?  Well, that's exactly what happened to me!  Arlynda Lea surprised me by featuring Caneyhead on her Sites to See #2 list!  Evidently, she is wife to Jerry of the Crackerhead Chronicles.

Once I went to her list, I just couldn't resist the urge to turn down every little side road on that list and check them out.  I suggest you do the same.  

And don't forget the many ways you can road trip, too, over at The A to Z Challenge Blog.  You can visit Challenge participants, those with less than 100 followers, other roadtripers, reflection posts or the co-hosts.

As for blogs and posts that interested me, I tweet those.  So you can click my Twitter bird in the sidebar or find many cross posted to the Life & Faith in Caneyhead page on Facebook.  

Happy journeys!  And don't forget to check the air in your tires.


17 comments:

  1. Good luck with your plan. You have hit the nail on the head why I don't commit to bloggy things. Way too many sideroads! Congrats on your mention on Arlynda's blog.

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    1. Thank you. I figure either way, I'm going new places and reading and seeing new things.

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  2. Barbara, Thanks for mentioning my blog and my husband, Jerry's book. I have a cousin that lives in Humble, not too far from you. He must like it there, we can't get him to come back home, except for visits!!

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    1. You are very welcome Arlynda. While there are lots of places I'd like to visit, I can't imagine anywhere else I'd want to live.

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  3. Sounds like a fun road trip and thank you for topping over to visit with me. Have a wonderful week and so nice to meet you.
    Debby

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    1. Well, thank you Debbie for visiting Caneyhead. Hope it won't be your last time.

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  4. I was so focused about the A to Z in April, but don't seem to be able to get my act together for the road trip. I need to get on the bus and do the visits, but let someone else do the driving. Either that or up my consumption of gingko (that's the memory herb, isn't it?) Thanks for this post and reminding me of all the great A to Z action I don't want to miss!

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    1. Great LuAnn! Glad I could be a help to you.

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  5. What a cool idea, I will have to check them out, Barbara...!

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  6. That tendency to end up wandering through hours' worth of blogs, from one to another, is both the blessing and the curse of the blogging community I think! Sometimes I love it, mostly my productivity doesn't :) Thanks for stopping by today, and I hope you're enjoying the Road Trip!

    AJ Lauer @ Naturally Sweet
    An A-Z Co-host blog
    @ayjaylauer

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    1. Glad you came by Caneyhead. You're right, but it can sure be entertaining.

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  7. Thanks for journeying over to my blog. :) And you are right. We can't do it all. I think I will try the reminder fo when garbage day is. Thanks for your input and visiting!

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  8. I always want to join the A to Z Challenge road trip, but I never have the time. :-(

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  9. Thanks for stopping by my blog! (www.thingsmymothertaught.com) I look forward to checking yours out as well!

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    1. Glad you stopped in! I'm looking forward to more posts from you.

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So glad you stopped by! Come 'round any time. ~ Barbara

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