A to Z Challenge 2016 Theme: Flowers and Their Meanings

Diana Beebe, Mermaids Don't Do Windows, MDDW, Diana Beebe's Blog, science fiction, fantasy, Young adultI can’t believe I’m not as prepared this year as I was the last two years for April! I finally decided on a theme for the A to Z Challenge. I was inspired by a great friend of mine who is about to launch her own website about all things related to having good manners, a lost art sometimes.

M.Q. loves flowers and the pretty-much lost language of what plants mean, so she asked me if I’d be interested in helping her explain what giving certain flowers means (or used to mean and should again).

April 1 (no joke!), I’ll start with the Letter A and include a link to M.Q.’s new website.

Did you know flowers were used to deliver messages without words? Do you have a favorite flower? Have you participated in the A to Z Challenge?

5 comments on… “A to Z Challenge 2016 Theme: Flowers and Their Meanings”

  1. I love it! And no I have never heard of the A to Z blog. But after looking it up I would live to do it! The perfect impetus to start blogging (writing) which I have wanted to do for a long time. Will you walk me through signing up? I have no idea what to do even after reading her explanation. It sounded very complicated. ;p thanks!! And maybe we can help each other stay on track!

  2. I love your theme, Diana!

    Thanks to you, I did to A to Z last year and had a grand ol’ time. I signed up early for this year, but withdrew. April has been declared painting month in my casa. I will be painting every spare minute. While I might be able to crank out the posts for A to Z, I simply couldn’t do the blog-hopping that comes with the challenge. Next year!

    Good luck!


    • Diana Beebe


      Thanks, Elen! Painting the entire house is quite a big project. You’ll love it when it’s all finished! I understand about the blog hopping part of the challenge. Now you have a year to plan next year. 😉

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