Sunday, 29 April 2012

Z Is For Boing Said Zebedee!

A-Z Challenge 2012


Z is for Boing Said Zebedee!


Those of you who are not familiar with "The Magic Roundabout" it was a kids TV show which was absolutely brilliant! One of the sayings at the end of the show was always "Boing Said Zebedee"! That would be the end of the show.




Above is Zebedee


And so after a month of posting on the A-Z Challenge this is the final post and the end of this show!


So a massive thank you to all of you who have dropped by, and taken a look at my ramblings of  our life in a caravan.


For those of you who are now following us, thank you, you will now be subjected to my rantings and observations of what goes on in our lives. Day to day life as seen through the eyes of a middle aged, young at heart, portly, some times happy, some times sad, cynical grasper of life!

As I sit here on the edge of a field which is mostly underwater due to the constant rain we are currently having, (you would never guess we were subject to a hose pipe ban at the moment). I wonder where we will be this time next year?


What will my A-Z Challenge 2013 contain? Will I still be breathing? You just don't know do you?


So make the most of what you have and enjoy.


As in "The Magic Roundabout"  "Boing Said Zebedee"!


Till later......................


7 comments:

  1. I have never heard of that show. It is a smart way to end the A-Z challenge. Congrats on finishing.

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  2. I hope we'll both be around this time next year. The sun is shining here near London at the moment. It brightens my lofe as well as dries out the ground.

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  3. I have a friend who considered naming her firstborn Zebedee. I'm so glad she went with Samuel instead!

    Congratulations on finishing the challenge! Hope to see you next year.

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  4. I find your blog fascinating and frankly a good read. It was a good friend of mine that found you. As wannabe property developers we moved into a static caravan last October. We experienced quite a lot of disapproval mostly from family, but mostly friends, well friends that know us well, take us as nomads and didn't question it. What I am trying to say is that people judge you all the time but I personally love your outlook on life; you appreciate what is important. Good food, good cider, a home that is warmer than your friends and value for money. Brilliant! Okay at the moment a water logged site is not good but for the soul but I am sure you will overcome. Good luck and Good Happy Carefree Living! We are with you both!

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  5. Well done on finishing the challenge Jools, it's been a very entertaining read as is the rest of your blog.

    I was going to do the challenge myself but it was five days in when I remembered about it then I couldn't seem to be able to log on and register, maybe because it had already started. There's always next year though, or I may even do my own personal one anyway just to say I've done one!

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  6. Hi, this was my first A to Z Challenge and the most challenging part was reading so many wonderful blogs. I hope I'm around to participate next year! I've played catch-up and read some of your earlier posts. Great info here. Simplifying life sounds wonderful.

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  7. Of course that's just how The Magic Roundabout ended, so very fitting post for the end of the challenge. I've enjoyed doing it and it was handy for finding interesting blogs like this one.

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