AtoZ 2015 Theme Reveal #AtoZChallenge

A to Z Theme Reveal 2015
A to Z Theme Reveal 2015

Here we are, at the A to Z Theme Reveal. To tell the truth, I am surprised to see me writing this post. Considering that April is going to be hectic without including even the normal amount of blogging, with all the travels that have to happen, I was very, very skeptical whether to join in or not.

But here I am, with a theme to reveal, working on the alphabets, joining in the big theme reveal for my very first A to Z challenge. Since this is my first time participating in A to Z challenge, I had my fair share of trouble finalizing on a theme. The lack of ideas prompted me to go ahead without a theme or even to drop the idea of signing up for the challenge itself.

And then it happened. I got an idea which could be my theme for the challenge. Even after finalizing on the theme, I wasn’t sure if I should participate or not because of the travel plans. Anyways, two days ago I signed up for the challenge because I want to participate as long as I can. If I couldn’t continue because of whatever reasons, it is going to be a learning experience anyway for the next year. Yes, the silver lining. πŸ™‚

So, here comes my theme: Life Taught Lessons.

Life taught lessons I share,
Lessons that make us care,
Lessons that make us send a prayer,
Lessons that make us smile, when we’re on a trial!

Life, the master of all lessons so far,
Have my undivided attention thus far,
As I know, life is the only teacher,
Imparting lessons so wide and varied!

And this is how I am going to share life taught lessons – as little capsules of poems. I sincerely hope to complete the challenge, soaking up the fun in the next month, regardless of where my physical being is.


47 thoughts on “AtoZ 2015 Theme Reveal #AtoZChallenge

  1. Great theme, Vinitha ! And don’t worry even I was a skeptical blogger who is participating for the first time in the A to Z Challenge and couldn’t find enough reasons on why I should do it until I went ahead and signed up. Looking forward to your posts and wishing you the best πŸ™‚

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    1. I understand very well. πŸ™‚ I am having mixed feelings now about the challenge. Planning to do it as far as I can. πŸ™‚ Thank you for stopping by. πŸ™‚


  2. What a fantastic theme! Albeit challenging, I had such a great time doing this challenge last year. I met so many fantastic writers and bloggers, and developed some amazing friendships. I’m so happy I came across your blog! I love the eclectic feel of it and look forward to following you in this challenge!! πŸ™‚ Good luck!

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  3. Great idea Vinitha! Good luck to you! I will probably travel in April too and hope to schedule posts πŸ˜€ I love your attitude about all this being a learning experience! Best way to approach it. And of course have fun!

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    1. I was ready to cancel the theme reveal post at the last moment before it went live. Then decided against it. Reading all these theme reveal posts, I am happy that I didn’t back out. πŸ™‚ Thanks a lot for the support, Vinodini. πŸ™‚


    1. Thanks, Raj. Two blogs for the challenge, you are a brave soul, I must say. Best of luck for both blogs. I will make time to read both if them. πŸ™‚


  4. Wish you good luck Vinitha πŸ™‚ I hope you do complete it. I will be looking forward to your posts and hope they teach me a lesson or two. It is my first time too!

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    1. I checked your blog. Didn’t see the theme reveal post. Are you writing with a theme or without one? Will definitely love to read your AtoZ posts, Vidya. I am trying to squeeze myself in here to join in the fun. No lessons to be taught by me. Just trying out. πŸ™‚


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