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Tuesday, June 28, 2011

ABC Wednesday - X!

Got your dictionary out? You ready to play with the letters? It's that time again! ABC Wednesday is hosted by Mrs. Denise Nesbitt and the ABC team: Denise, Annelie, Leslie, Nathalie, Joyce, Donna, Helen, Roger, Troy, Jay, Barb, Gattina and me! And guess what? It's that day again!  It's ABC Wednesday!! 
X marks the spot!! It's not Xmas but it is the X Day!!  I don't come from Xanadu, but I do play the Xylophone! Alright, alright, so I had to let Sir Google help out a little!! What can I say??? I was desperate for an X pic!!!


Hope you all have an Xciting Day -- Yep, can't spell either!!

30 comments:

Carver said...

Fun idea for X day Sylvia. Happy Week!

Wanda said...

I can't believe I made it this early to be your second comment. Guy, I must be living right! haha

What a stunning poster for X. I got lucky this time and found two good ones.

Loving your banner! What fun to see all the different ones your friend comes up with.

Roger Owen Green said...

Oh, but I think you ARE from Xanadu!

ROG, ABC Wednesday team

Kay L. Davies said...

I had to resort to the same Google picture, Sylvia. Sometimes X just doesn't mark the spot, or at last I can't find it. LOL
K

texwisgirl said...

ha ha!

Tina said...

Xanadu - nice! :) LG Tina

Joy said...

Well I'm always for "stately pleasure domes" and it looks from that poster its a word that doesn't have to be translated. The X words are very elusive:-)

Jack said...

Ummmm, how about Xanadu?

Tracy said...

Um, how about X-ray...I hope I don't need one anytime soon :)

Leovi said...

A beautiful and fantastic film for X. Greetings.

Reader Wil said...

The X is a very interesting but extremely difficult letter! And I think you are all very intelligent people to find an appropriate word!
Have a great week, Sylvia!

Gigi Ann said...

I had an X-citing day today. My four little neighbor girls (ages 5, 7, and 11) and I had a Tea Party this afternoon. What fun that was.

Have a great evening, and thanks for the visit.

Paula Scott said...

I know! I know! How many x's can we collectively recycle as a group? LOL! Loved the red x though! Genius!

Sridharan said...

Xcellent..!

lotusleaf said...

Xcellent!

Meryl Jaffe, PhD said...

I remember the movie with Olivia Newton John... a LONG time ago!!!

Hildred and Charles said...

Your big red X made me think of kisses, Sylvia, - but Xanadu was a wonderful choice for X.

Κωστής Τζαγκαράκης said...

Beautiful and Xciting post Sylvia.
Costas

magiceye said...

loved your alliteration!

Gattina said...

What a name ! I also take the red X for a kiss !
xxx

Enrique G.A. said...

Sylvia good and curious entry, X is a letter interesting
Greetings and have a nice day .-

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Xanadu - that brings back memories of an era. I feel like Rip Van Winkle Sylvia.

Ann said...

In the old days, person who could write signed with an X like yours.

Cezar and Léia said...

Ah the adorable Olivia! Wonderful idea Sylvia!Xanadu is a dream!
big hugs to your sweet heart,
Léia

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

Sylvia, you came through with a big "X" for the day which I knew you would! It made me think perhaps "eXit" but that would be hard in Paris as there is no "X" in "sortie" - hahaha!

Enjoy your day, sweet friend!
Genie

EG Wow said...

X is a hard one, Sylvia! I never even thought of Xanadu!

Cildemer said...

Xtraordinary entry for X day!
Thanks for sharing, Sylvia;o)

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Hope you are having a fabulous week* XXX***

Tumblewords: said...

Xcellent choice! And the banners are always so clever...

LibrarySnake said...

Great! X is such a tough one :)

http://carabossesbedchamber.blogspot.com/2011/06/abc-wednesday-challenge_29.html

Pietro said...

Great post for X, Sylvia!

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