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CMMC – May Alphabet any word with an “I”

Your topic must any word that has Alphabet any word with an “I”.

I hope you have a lot of fun playing in this challenge.  I look forward to seeing your entries for this weekly challenge. Most of all have fun with this challenge. Here is a link to CMMC Home page for more information.

Bearded IrIs

Upcoming topics

  • May 5th Week – Iris, Ice, Independent or Index Finger
  • June Macro or close up
  • June Kelly Green Color
  • June Pick a Topic from my Photo
  • June Alphabet any word that starts with “K”

Here is my entry for the week

Insect (fly)

raIny day pIcnIc tables next to rIver


ceIlIng at VIsta house

For the Love of Challenges

I’ve put together a list of challenges and their hosts.  So if you know a challenge host, please direct them to my blog.  Feel free to contact me anytime.  I hope everyone will be able to use my lists.

Qi hugs,


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  1. Hard to find much that begins with an “I” but it being a vowel, it’s plunk in the middle so many words. “Iris” — yours is one of the few and SUCH a beauty. I wanted an island but alas, no picture.


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