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#AtoZChallenge The Letter G

A Thirty-Word Story

My “theme” – A Thirty-Word Story, revealing one word of the story each day of the challenge.






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27 thoughts on “#AtoZChallenge The Letter G

  1. Hi Vanessa, just a small suggestion. Your theme is so unique and wonderful. Just that when you post the word of the day, could you please share the earlier words you posted so that there is a continuity and it becomes easy to connect!

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    1. Thank you so much, Radhika, for your kind words and thoughtful suggestions! I contemplated adding the “in progress” of the story when I prepped all my posts, and was concerned it might be too distracting. I’m glad you think it would be helpful. I’ve gone ahead and updated my future posts to reflect the progress of the story. I hope that helps! 🙂

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      1. It’s a commonly misheard song lyric for a hymn called “Gladly, the Cross I Bear.” Honestly, I don’t think I’ve ever heard the hymn, just the jokes about it.

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        1. D’oh! How could I not have known that one?! lol I’m pretty sure I’ve heard the hymn – at least, when I see that phrase, a portion of hymn goes through my head and I’m assuming it’s because I’ve heard it before. Now I’ll have to Google it, haha.

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    1. Thank you! Once I saw the response to her suggestion, I went ahead and updated all my future Challenge posts to keep track of the story’s progress. I hope that helps! 🙂


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