Hands up if you were looking forward to writing your 'q' post?
I suspect not many hands were raised. I was certainly not the most eager of beavers.
So, as I was in the shower this morning, angrily mumbling possible 'q' topics to myself (queen, quintessential, quotations, quinoa etc.) and being thoroughly dissatisfied with all of them, I suddenly had one of those rare genius moments (they're brilliant aren't they?) and knew exactly what I was going to write about.
Now, when I say 'I knew exactly what I was going to write about' what I actually mean is 'I realised that I could get away with writing very little and letting others do all the work'. Genius.
Let me explain.
Over the last two and a half weeks I've really enjoyed visiting as many different blogs as possible. I like that I'm starting to recognise some of your names and be able to associate them with your blogs. I feel like I'm kind of making new friends through this challenge (albeit friends who are far more talented writers than myself, who I've never met before and who all seem to live on the other side of the pond). Anyway, I'm enjoying this sense of community so much that I wanted to incorporate it into a bloglet somehow.
Basically I thought I would kick things off by asking a question. Your job (if you would like to take part) is to answer that question in a comment and leave a new question of your own. Simples.
Bearing in mind that the most comments I've ever had on a single bloglet is 6, this whole endeavour may fall flat on its face, but I'm optimistic. Feel free to come back and answer more than once!
(Also, quick note, if anyone is reading this who isn't taking part in the A to Z challenge, please don't feel like you can't join in: the more the merrier!)
Q: What is your earliest memory?