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Wednesday

Z is for Zotl

Zoo-oo-oom, April A to Z Challenge bloggers and NaPoWriMo poets. Gadzooks! You did it!

We made it to Z-Day!


Z is for Zotl


Camel 
by Aloys Zotl 
1846

It's been a bumpy road for some, but we did it!

You are invited to comment (below), including a link to your own post, if you wish. As always, feel free to follow or bookmark Simply Snickers, so you can zip on back anytime to find new fine art prompts and put up comments with links to your own site.

Congratulations, April blogging and poetry challenge finishers!


Tuesday

Y is for Yakovlev

Yo-ho, all you April A to Z Challenge bloggers and NaPoWriMo poets.

It's Letter Y Day!



Y is for Yakovlev.

Conversation 
by Alexander Yakovlev 
early 20th C

Yes, you may comment (below), mentioning and linking to your own post.
And, yep. Be sure to follow or bookmark Simply Snickers, too, so you can double back anytime for new fine art prompts and put up comments with links to your own site. You bet!

One more day. You can do it!

Monday

X is for Xu Xi

Extol the day, April A to Z Challenge bloggers and NaPoWriMo poets.

It's X-Day. Aren't you eXcited?


X is for Xu Xi.


Butterfly and Wisteria Flowers 
by Xu Xi 
c970


Express yourself with a comment, mentioning and linking to your own NaPoWrimo verses, A-Z entry, or other X-Day post.

Before you eXit, be sure to follow or bookmark Simply Snickers, too, so you can double back anytime for new fine art prompts and put up comments with links to your own site.

Excellent. Two more A-Z / NaPoWriMo days before we cross the finish line!

Saturday

W is for Waterhouse

What's up, April A to Z Challenge bloggers and National Poetry Month wordsmiths?

Whee!It's W-Day.


W
 is 
for
Waterhouse.

Gather Ye Rosebuds 
by John William Waterhouse 
1909

Wielding wonderful content? Write up a comment, linking to your own NaPoWrimo verses, A-Z entry, or other W-Day wonder.


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Friday

V is for Vastagh

Voice your vivid vision with a volley,  April A to Z Challenge bloggers and National Poetry Month participants.

Voila! It's Letter V Day.


V
 is 
for
Vastagh.

A Lion and a Lionesse 
by Geza Vastagh 
c1900

Vying for validation?

Leave a comment, linking to your own NaPoWrimo verses, A-Z entry, or other V-Day post. Don't vacillate! Send a variety of viewers and virtual visitors right to your site!


You are invited to follow or bookmark Simply Snickers, too, so you can double back anytime for new fine art prompts and put up comments with links to your own site.

Vamoose! Turn up the volume!

Thursday

U is for van Uther


Uh-oh, April A to Z Challenge bloggers and National Poetry Month participants. Is anyone coming unglued or unhinged at this stage? Hold that utterance! We're rounding the bend soon to enter the last week of the month-long challenges.

Won't that be the ultimate? Uh-huh!

Maybe this unique urchin illustration will uplift your creativity for Letter U Day.

U
 is 
for 
van 
Uther.  

Portrait of Crown Prince Sigismund Vasa 
by Johan Baptista van Uther 
1568

Ummm. How about a comment, using a link to your own NaPoWrimo verses, A-Z entry, or other U-Day entry? Don't underestimate your own updates. That would be utterly unnerving.

You are invited to follow or bookmark Simply Snickers, too, so you can double back anytime for new fine art prompts and put up comments with links to your own site. Understand?

Up, up, and away!

Wednesday

T is for Thorburn


Time to test the waters with those T-Day posts, all you terrific April A to Z Challenge bloggers and National Poetry Month participants.

T
 is 
for 
Thorburn. 
Dormice 
by Archibald Thorburn 
1903

Take time to comment, tossing a a link to your own NaPoWrimo verses, A-Z entry, or other T-Day entry.

You are invited to follow or bookmark Simply Snickers, too, so you can double back anytime for new fine art prompts and put up comments with links to your own site.

Try your technique!

Tuesday

S is for Savery


Setting up blog posts for S Day, A-Z bloggers and NaPoWriMo writers? That's simply superb!

S is for Savery.


An Elephant Rubbing Itself Against a Tree 
by Roeland Savery 
c1610


Surely, that's something to see!

Stop readers in their tracks! Slip in a comment (below) to send them to your own  A to Z post or NaPoWriMo entry.

Be sure to bookmark or follow Simply Snickers, so you can return often to view fine art prompts and to post comments with links to your own site. Sweet!

Monday

R is for Reinagle


Rev it up for Letter R Day, A-Z bloggers and NaPoWriMo writers.

R is for Reinagle.


Blue Passion Flower 
by Philip Reinagle 
1800

Remind our readers:
Write a comment with a link to your own NaPoWrimo verses, A-Z entry, or other post for R-Day. Be sure to follow or bookmark this page, and return daily throughout the A to Z Challenge and NaPoWrimo to view fine art prompts and to leave comments with links to your blog as well. That's right!

Ready - set - go!

Saturday

Q is for Querfurt


 Queue up those Q-day posts, A-Z bloggers and NaPoWriMo writers.

Q is for Querfurt.

Portrait of Karl Alexander of Wurttemberg 
by August Querfurt 
c1735

Want to point to your own NaPoWrimo verses, A-Z entry, or other post for Q-day. Leave a comment!

Quick! Bookmark this page, and return daily throughout the A to Z Challenge and NaPoWrimo to view fine art prompts and to leave comments with links to your own site.

Friday

P is for Pollard


Pow! We're pulling into P-Day for A-Z bloggers and NaPoWriMo writers. Poets and penmen: What are you publishing on this prized occasion?


P is for Pollard.

The Derby Pets:The Arrival 
by James Pollard 
c1840

Poke our readers with a comment, pointing to your own A-Z, NaPoWrimo, or other post for P-day.

Reminder: Bookmark this page, so you can return daily throughout the A to Z Challenge and NaPoWrimo to view fine art prompts and to leave comments with links to your own participating posts!

Thursday

O is for van Ostade


Oh, boy. It's Letter O Day for A-Z bloggers and NaPoWriMo writers. Outstanding!



O is for van Ostade.

 
Mother Holding Her Child in a Doorway 
by Adriaen van Ostade
1667

Outline your outlook with a comment, linking to your own NaPoWrimo, April A to Z, or other post on O-day, so our readers can find what you have posted. It makes no difference if your post is observant, outlandish, or off-the-wall!

Bookmark this page, so you can return daily throughout the A to Z Challenge and NaPoWrimo to view fine art prompts and to leave comments with links to your own participating posts!

Wednesday

N is for Nardi


 Nice! It's already N-Day for A-Z bloggers and NaPoWriMo writers. Naturally, that's no nonsense.



N is for Nardi.

Mussels Fishing in Toulon 
by Francois Nardi 
c1908

Nudge readers with a comment, linking to your own A-Z, NaPoWrimo, or other post for N-day.

Bookmark this page, so you can return daily throughout the A to Z Challenge and NaPoWrimo to view fine art prompts and to leave comments with links to your own participating posts!

Tuesday

M is for Marshall



Hmm. Today is M Day for A-Z bloggers. Are we gonna make it? Maybe ...and maybe not.


Here's something to marvel about. It might even summon some brainstorming for mid-challenge blog posts or NaPoWriMo machinations.



M is for Marshall.

Portrait of Daniel Lambert 
by Benjamin Marshall 
c1806


Make your mark with a comment, linking to your own A-Z, NaPoWrimo, or other post for the day.
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L is for Landseer

Look! It's lovely - a lady lounging with a horse. Ah, what a life.



L is for Landseer.

Link up! Leave a comment, adding a link to your own A-Z, NaPoWrimo, or other post for the day.

The Shrew Tamed 
by Edwin Henry Landseer 
1861
 

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Saturday

K is for Koester

Ka-choo! Kudos to A-Z bloggers and NaPoWriMo writers. We're nearly halfway through the month-long challenge!

K is for Koester.


Gansefutterung 
by Alexander Koester 
1890

Don't go ka-put!

Kick in with a comment, linking to your own A-Z, NaPoWrimo, or other post for the day.

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Friday

J is for Jutz

Jumpin' Jehosaphat, A-Z bloggers and NaPoWriMo writers! It's J-Day!

J is for Jutz.

 Buntes Federvieh
 by Carl Jutz
 1901

Jump in with a jazzy jam. 

Jot a comment - with a link to your own A-Z, NaPoWrimo, or other post for the day.

Bookmark this page, so you can return daily throughout the A to Z Challenge and NaPoWrimo to view fine art prompts and to leave comments with links to your own participating posts!

Thursday

I is for Ivanov

Ink your ideas! It's I-Day for A-Z bloggers and National Poetry Month (NaPoWriMo) writers. Are you in?

I is for Ivanov.

Olivenbaum 
by Alexander Andreyevich Ivanov 
early 19th C
 
It's your chance to be iconic. Show your initiative by identifying your own I-Day post in a linked comment (below).

Bookmark this page, so you can return daily throughout the A to Z Challenge and NaPoWrimo to view fine art prompts and to leave comments with links to your own participating posts!

Wednesday

H is for Hammer


Hello-o-o-o! Today is H-Day for A-Z bloggers and National Poetry Month (NaPoWriMo) writers.

H is for Hammer.

The Garden Arbor 
by Guido Hammer 
1878

Don't be half-hearted.

Hark! Here's your chance! Hand us a comment (below) with a link to your own H-Day post.

Remember to follow or bookmark this page, so you can return throughout the A to Z Challenge and NaPoWrimo to view fine art prompts and leave comments linking to your own participating posts!

Tuesday

G is for Gerard

Go get 'em! It's G-Day for A-Z bloggers and for National Poetry Month (NaPoWriMo) writers too!

G is for Gerard.


 Portrait of a Woman with a Hair Pin 
by Francois Gerard 
c1810

Gather your gumption! Greet Simply Snickers and our readers by putting up a comment (below) with a link to your own G-Day post.

Be sure to bookmark this page, so you can return daily throughout the A to Z Challenge and NaPoWrimo to view fine art prompts and to leave comments with links to your own participating posts!

Monday

F is for Fedeler


Fare-thee-well! It's F-Day for A-Z bloggers and for National Poetry Month (NaPoWriMo) writers too!

F is for Fedeler.

Are you finding fabulous fodder for your own site today? Maybe this famous fine art will foster some forthcoming creativity.


Union 
by Carl Justus Fedeler 
c1868

Put up a comment (below) with a link to your own F-Day post.

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Saturday

E is for Emslie

Excellent! It's E-Day for A-Z bloggers and National Poetry Month (NaPoWriMo) writers. Here's to an exceptional Saturday as well.

E is for Emslie.

The Stormy Crossing 
by Alfred Edward Emslie 
c1918

Why not enter an enthusiastic comment (below) with a link to your own E-Day post?

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Friday

D is for Dolph.

Do you have a dog? Or do you dote on another sort of creature?

It's D-Day for A-Z bloggers. And Happy TGIF to National Poetry Month (NaPoWriMo) writers too!

D is for Dolph.

And it's a dog-eat-dog day. Or is it? Maybe it's a dandy time for daydreaming or dozing.




A Watchful Eye
 by John Henry Dolph 
1901

Don't delay.

Put up a comment (below) with a link to your own D-Day post.

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Thursday

C is for Crawhall

Classic! It's C Day for the A to Z Blogging Challenge in April. And it's Day 3 of National Poetry Writing Month.

C is also for CHIMP. 

OK, maybe this isn't actually a chimpanzee, but you have the idea. Anyone feel like monkeying with a new blog post?



The Ape and the Hare 
by Joseph Crawhall III 
c1900

Comments can count!

Be sure to leave one - with a link to your own post.

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Wednesday

B is for Bonheur

Bingo! It's B Day for the April A to Z Challenge. It's also the first day of National Poetry Writing Month.


Bet this beauty brings you to brainstorming for your own blogging ideas. (Maybe it makes you feel like beefing up your blog a bit.)



Head of a Calf 
by Rosa Bonheur 
1878

Be sure to comment - with a link to your own post.

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Tuesday

A is for Alken

Aha! It's A Day for the April A to Z Challenge. It's also the first day of National Poetry Writing Month.

Does this 19th Century painting amaze or inspire you to write or react?

Duck-Baiting 
by Henry Thomas Alken 
c1820

Be sure to comment - with a link to your own post. And c'mon back daily throughout the month for additional fine art blogging and writing prompt, all the way from A to Z.

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