But first I have a few bits of A to Z business before I talk about the comment topic.
Kathleen from Living 2012 submitted a video to the A to Z Video contest. If you haven't seen this yet then you should check it out:
Pretty cool video, eh? We're taking video submissions until March 11th so you've got time, but we're also impatient and want to see more now. Send us some videos! Rules for the Video contest can be found on the A to Z Blog.
Did you see the great write-up by Alana at Writercize? You can read it here.
Saturday and Sunday on the A to Z Blog there will be some more helpful information and news about the Challenge happenings. In fact, there is something to see there every day. Please continue to check with that site and if you haven't already, please like us on Facebook and become a follower of the blog.
Have you seen the A to Z Twitter newspaper managed by A to Z Team member Damyanti Biswas? You can find it at The #atozchallenge Daily. It's filled with more interesting news--an ideal introduction to the Challenge so email the link to your friends and post it on your site. In other words, keep spreading the A to Z Challenge news. If you're on Twitter there is an A to Z account: @AprilA2Z and there's the hashtag #atozchallenge. Tweet it everywhere if you would.
And that's about all I can think of for now. Since I had so much A to Z news, let me close out with just one comment with my comment about that comment:
Your past is now present in my presence and I will ruminate on your rumblings in my immediate future .. so .. your past will influence my future. If you are still present in the universe, thank you. By the time you read this I will already be IN my future and your present words from the past will be in MY past. My head hurts. Is there a reset button?
Delores is a writer who appears to be in my stylistic camp of literary composition. Look at the alliteration and the poetic use of words such as "ruminate on your rumblings". This is the kind of writing that I often lean toward and Delores has mastered it in this short passage. She has delightfully mingled the wordplay of the multiple nuances of the words "present" and "future". I felt the time shift in the reading of her words. But Delores is right about the discombobulating effect, especially if you read the passage like a tongue twister.
What the heck am I talking about anyway! Good job, Delores.