24-Q by M e l o d y

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24-Q

To me, by far the most challenging letter… specificly if one chooses to keep it to one theme throughout the whole round, like I do. Like I did for many rounds now including round 24. After this week we have 9 letters left before a new round starts… The 25th, how wonderful is that if one thinks of how far we have become and what we all already have shared with one and another? WOW!

Well for this round I show / introduce to you the Quokka. They are the smallest kinds of kangaroo on our planet and it is said that they are the happiest animals because they seem to love being photographes with people who make selfies with them. If that is true or not is for debat, I have nothing to proove it ofcourse. They are aprox. 40 cm in height and weigh around 1,5 kg. The tail is between 25 and 35 cms long.

 

Thank you for your entries so far… and I hope I may still be able to welcome you throughout this round and in the new one wich will start on july 9th! If you would like to become a teammember on ABC, please let me know! If you do have questions, remarks, ideas or anything else you want to tell us at ABC, please let us know too!

 

 

Have a splendid, ♥-warming ABC-wednes-day / – week!
♫ M e l ☺ d y ♫

24-P by R o g e r

ain't politics grandI was thinking about politics. Small-p politics.

The Wikipedia describes politics (from Ancient Greek: πολιτικά, translit. Politiká, meaning “affairs of the cities”) as “a set of activities associated with the governance of a country, or an area.

“It involves making decisions that apply to members of a group. It refers to achieving and exercising positions of governance—organized control over a human community, particularly a state.”

This is important stuff. I suppose it’s inevitable that human endeavors, especially those involving the exercise of power, have been defined in less than glowing terms. And this coming from an old political science major.

Still, I try to encourage every citizen who can to try to keep up with the political issues where you live. Contact your representatives. Express your opinion. Vote.

And some of those items also apply to ABC Wednesday. Contact your fellow contributors. Express your opinions about their posts. I hope they elect to do likewise.