X Words

Tuesday’s A to Z challenge: “X”

Event Type: General Blogging

Start Date: Tuesdays, recurring weekly

Description: Every Tuesday I offer the “A to Z challenge”, walking step by step through the alphabet.
Since 2011, I’m walking with my readers every Tuesday from A to Z, last week we had “W-WORDS”, so this week let’s put the focus on “X” – I’m sure you’ll also find a story, photo or a music title tagged with “X”: Feel free to add in the comments below the link to your personal interpretation of the letter “X”!!! Myself I’ll focus on “Xekong”:


Ferry crossings runned by a little skipper
Photo taken by Ben Visbeek of the ferry crossing the Xe Khong river. Xekong or Sekong is a province of Laos.
related: my X-gallery on flickr.com

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About frizztext

writer, photographer, guitarist

15 responses to “X Words

  1. Hi, Friz. I love that photo.
    Best wishes for the holiday season and the new year. Wishing you every blessing,

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  2. Well, this was a bit of struggle, Frizz, but here’s my ‘x’. It does include a nice elephant pic

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  3. This is always the hardest letter, but at this time of year it just had to be Xmas: http://travelwithintent.com/2014/12/16/x-is-for-xmas-etymology/

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    • thank you for your detailed research, Debbie: “The Oxford English Dictionary cites usage of Xtianity for Christianity from 1634 and the use of Xmas dates back to at least the start of the 19th century…”


  4. Allan G. Smorra

    Here is my entry for this week’s challenge: http://wp.me/p24idL-2J7

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    • How many letters of the alphabet can you find in this photo?
      dear Allan, I found an “A” too in your photo, so I hope, we’ll meet again in the next year, when the A to Z challenge starts for the next (2015) round on Tuesday the 6th of January, – have a good Xmas season!


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