Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Alphabe-Thursday Letter D


Good morning class. Welcome to round six of Alphabe-Thursday!

Today we will be discussing the letter:


Please link directly to your Alphabe-Thursday URL (if you don't know how to do this let me know!) and please continue to visit the five links before and after your link and leave a comment. Minimum of 10 links visited please. You can visit more if you like, of course.

I also want to let you know that each week I visit every blog. If it appears I haven't visited your blog by the following Thursday evening, please let me know!

If you have any difficulties with your link, please make sure to include the number of the link when you e-mail me. It is really difficult for me to find you easily otherwise.

If you have any questions about Alphabe-Thursday or problems doing your link just post it in a comment or send me an e-mail. I'll do my best to help you as quickly as I can.

The McLinkey will be live from 1:00 pm MST time Wednesday afternoon in an effort to assist our lovely "friends across the pond" and continue through 10:00 am MST time Friday morning!

And remember.... link back to this post, you need to be registered as a follower of my blog, PG posts only, and visit at least 10 other students (perhaps the 5 students before and after your post). The links will stay live after the final post deadline has passed so you can even wait and visit over the weekend or whenever you have more time.

Please feel free to discuss your dynamic letter D now!
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10 comments:

Coralie Cederna Johnson said...

Feeling very DARING!
HUGS TO YOU!
Coralie

Esther Joy said...

Hi Miss Jenny!
I'll have to back track to last week's links to try and make up for no internet service for almost two weeks! With Christmas just around the corner, I hope I can still find time to catch up!

Emma Major said...

it's not exactly an uplifting poem, but it's real and its important. depression http://llmcalling.blogspot.co.uk/2012/12/a-to-z-of-mental-health-depression.html. thanks for hosting lovely Jenny

Carol L McKenna said...

Jenny ~ thanks for hosting this fun site ~ love the vintage cards you use ~

~ (A Creative Harbor) aka artmusedog and Carol ^_^

Scudds Harrison said...

Thanks for hosting Ms. Jenny. I missed the "C" post :( and definitely not going to miss the letter "D".

Sending you BIG love from Thailand <3
Scudds

Cathy Kennedy said...

Drats, I linked up earlier and then forgot to leave a comment. Shame on me, right? Right now, I'm dealing with a death in the family and my brain is a little addled . My grandma went home to be with Jesus and grandpa on Tuesday night. We were expecting this as she had a stroke with another following the first, plus she had too many other health complications on top of that. It was just her time to go and who are we to deny her her place in heaven. She was a wonderful, loving woman who served the Lord with a cheerful heart. Thanks for hosting, Miss Jenny. I'll make my rounds early next week.

Splendid Little Stars said...

Oh what delights will there be to discover with letter D?!

EdenHouse said...

Hi Jenny I have finally returned to blogging.
I am unable to use my original blog and have moved to Wordpress but not sure i am linking properly .


https://edenhousenews.wordpress.com/wp-admin/

This is the link I think.
Good to be back

Nezzy (Cow Patty Surprise) said...

Do you know who Delights in Dotin' on others???

That Delightful Miss Jenny!

Girl, your generosity never fail to amaze me. Mailman Larry delivered yet another package for Angel today.

If Angel neglects to do it,(her mama won't see to it) I want to thank you for all you do in her life. You let your light shine brightly my friend!

God bless an have a delicious day!

'Got your current address...I'll stop buggin' :o)

Annesphamily said...

I am so late! Braving the cold and daring to walk two doors away to my daughter Noelle and son-in-law Roger's birthday bash! I hope you will share my post and in regard to the tragedy in Connecticut today, please remember the families of all these victims. Come visit and dare to...