Q is for quotations. They provide endless entertainment and inspiration. My favorite at the moment: The EARTH without ART is...EH....
R is for Re-Dos - Not doing the same thing twice - because that sucks - but making old things new again. After I have added a few good re-dos to the blog you will know what I mean.
S if for Songs by Sarah McLachlan - she sings great songs and sings them well. I'm thinking of this now that Thanksgiving is over because I use it as the date that I allow myself to start listening to Christmas music full time. I love love love Christmas music and Sarah's Christmas CD, Wintersong, is perhaps the most beautiful ever. Parts of it are hauntingly beautiful in fact.
T is for (Cable)TV. Sorry. I know I should be ashamed - but my life would just not be the same without ESPN, HGTV, Food, DIY, HBO, and any number of other channels. So I proudly announce to the world "My name is Karen, and I am a televisionaholic."
U is for all things unusual. Unordinary, untypical, unstylish, unstandardized, unsymmetrical, unrefined, unperfect, somewhat quirky perhaps?
V is for Vowels - bcs wtt thm wrds wld b hrd t sy
W is for Wine. Nuff said.
X is for X-men the movie(s). Providing me just one more opportunity to see Hugh Jackman in action.
Y is for the YMCA - specifically the YMCA of Metro Detroit. It is a primo exercise facility, but what I like about it is the number of services it provides for children and young adults. I'm impressed by the Y-Arts program - particularly their collaboration with FreedomHouse providing programs and services for those who seek asylum in the U.S. I have belonged to various YMCAs in my life - 20+ years total. I like knowing that I am supporting an establishment that serves more purposes than creating perfect bodies.
Z is for Zit - that go-to Z word in Words With Friends. And Zero - which is how many words remain in my gratitude list.