Tuesday, November 27, 2007

alphabet revival

I have had a blast this month with the blogabet posts. however, here I am still in november and I've run out of letters! what will I do? both e and f have questioned me multiple times over the last week about what my plan is for when I finish up the alphabet. I didn't think there was any real problem, I'd shrug and reply "return to the posting as usual." but this morning 'the usual' just seems so booooooring!

I admit I'm a little sad about leaving my alphabet friends. maybe just maybe I can stretch out the fun a little bit longer. so please join me for a tad bit more a-b-c fun. turn up the volume on your speakers, stand up, shake off all your tension, and get ready and join pattie, grover, elmo, zoe, bert, ernie and all the gang from the sesame hood in a little alphabet revival! (thanks gary)

9 comments:

Ekim said...

How about the old English letter þ (pronounced thorn) which was used instead of th.
So you had þought instead of thought.

marxsny said...

I love that clip. We've kind of outgrown Sesame Street and don't really watch it any more. I have to say that I kind of miss it. I was 5 when it first came on and I remember watching it as a child. When I became a parent at 38 it was nice to know that it was still there and possibly just as entertaining for adults as for children. You should check out the video of Denyce Graves singing Elmo to sleep with Carmen.

My daughter's pre-K class goes through the alphabet a letter each week and everybody has a day to bring in a show and tell item for the letter of the week. Our day is Wednesday and I have to tell you that sometimes by Wednesday I'm at a loss to come up with something that hasn't been used yet. You could always do another run-through. :-)

Ladron de Basura (a.k.a. Junk Thief) said...

Too bad the A-Z series had to come to and end, but I am sure there will be more treasures on the way.

Dumdad said...

Great series, beautifully put together.

jude said...

try numbers, there are plenty of those.

lettuce said...

it was fun.
ms. t's feet are very sweet.

:o)

kimy said...

thanks for the feedback!

but alas, I think I'll take a break from another series, at least for the next month.

I'm not that well versed on other alphabets, so while a great idea it entails a bit of research.

I toyed around with going into the land of numbers. I think the count was whispering in my ear "and the number of the day," but ....

Absolute Vanilla (and Atyllah) said...

How about alpha to omega: ;-)

Loved your alphabet series - it was such fun!

Gary said...

Excellent wrap-up to a fantastic series of posts. You chose well from A-Z!