Saturday, February 9, 2008

"Weekly Sentence" #2


I wanted to thank you all for making week one of "Weekly Sentence" a great success!  I had a ball reading everyone's sentences.  Again, congratulations to Indigo and Missy for their wins!  This week we will only have one winner.  Now on to this week's game...

                 

*  Each Saturday I will give you a set of six letters.  A sentence
    must be made from these letters.  The letters today are:
   
TCRABC.  An example of a sentence could be -
The chef roasted
    a baby carrot.
  These letters MAY NOT be re-arranged.

*  There is a three - five persons judge panel (of JLand journalers)
    who will pick the best sentence submitted each week.  How will
    they decide the winning sentence?  The submission that receives
    the strongest reaction -  Did it make them laugh, sad, ponder, etc.?

*  The winner will receive a logo for their sidebar with their
    screen name on it.

*  Place submissions in comments section.  If you do this game as an
    entry in your journal please come back and leave your ENTIRE
    entry URL so your entry can be judged. 
Submissions are due by
   Wednesday, 4PM EST
.  The winner will be announced Friday
    morning or afternoon.

* A new set of letters will be placed in my journal, There is a
   Season, every Saturday Morning.


If you have more than one submission, only your first one counts.  Thank you.


  Today's Letters:
TCRABC


Have fun!!!

       

36 comments:

  1. Hi Val,  I must go away and think of something clever. Have a great weekend. :o)

    Love Sandra xxxx

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  2. Darn it all, I will make sure I turn mine in MUCH SOONER This time! I was all excited last time and was late. ughhhh
    Congrats to all! I love this!
    Ang

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  3. I will have to think about that one and get back, but I wish everyone would just leave their sentence here in the comment section just because it would be easier for everyone to read later on. In the last game, there were so many entries we didn't get to enjoy everyones ideas. I don't know how people feel about just leaving it here in the comments, but wish you would consider that. I don't think I was the only one that wanted to read them all and my time is limited on the computer to visit all the URLs plus some people are private so takes the fun out of it.
    Take care and thanks for the new game, Chrissie

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  4. Brilliant game Val. here is mine for this week. Love Pam xx
    http://journals.aol.co.uk/pamal3/almost-40/

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  5. I missed it.
    I wish I could have done it.
    It looks pretty cool...

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  6. CONGRATULATIONS TO MISSY AND INDIGO, WTG!  

    My entry for this week:  TCRABC

    "Tribal camp rituals always brings campers."

    http://journals.aol.com/ab45yui/tnt/

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  7. Congrats to Missy and Indigo!

    Their success has inspired me to join in ;)

    Here's my entry:

    http://journals.aol.com/slapinions/Slap-Inionscom/entries/2008/02/09/weekly-sentence-with-val/2247

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  8. Oops. Although my link below is correct, here's my entry:

    TODD'S CHILDREN ROUTINELY ATE BLUE CRAYONS

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  9. Congrats to Indigo and Missy!!!

    Here's my entry.....

    http://journals.aol.com/preciousone25/JoannsWeightLossJourney/#Entry1308

    Joann

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  10. "The contest raised another boisterous competition."

    thats my entery doll face but also my thought about the contest... krissy pointed out I broke the rules last time doing a bunch of entries so I will leave it at my first thought! hehehe

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  11. Goodie!  Going to think...;)  C.

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  12. My entry is:

    To create reality as beauty counts.

    ;^) Jan the Gryphon

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  13. Here's mine: That Crappy Rat Ate Baby's Candy.
    Helen

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  14. Congratulations to last weeks winners (wink & hugs).

    Here is my entry.

    Teach children reading and breach crudeness.
    http://journals.aol.com/buckoclown/Bucko

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  15. Here's one:

      Take care raising all black cats.

         sunny

        http:/journals.aol.com/hpycmpr155/HappyThoughts/

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  16. Take careful responsibity about birth control.

    Nelishia

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  17. Looks like fun!  Here's my entry:

    Theoretically, conservative Republicans are better candidates.


    Blessings,
    --Amy (aka Rose)
    http://journals.aol.com/catholicrose/thegarden

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  18. Ok I'll give this a try.  This isn't good, but it's a start:

    Tuna can really affect blah cats.


    :)

    Kathy

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  19. heres mine
    http://journals.aol.com/swmpgrly/Lostinmyownthoughts/entries/2008/02/10/weekly-sentence-2/1218

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  20. Hi Val - I stopped by to see what the weekly sentence game was. Looks interesting ! I often visit Krissy's journal and I ended up here. I'll try and stop back by before the deadline and see if I can come up with something.

    Jimmy
    http://journals.aol.com/jimsulliv3/jimmys-journal/

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  21. Here is my link:
    http://journals.aol.com/ma24179/MISSYZSTUFF/entries/2008/02/10/weekly-sentence-2/1044

    Here is my sentence:
    Truth can raise awareness before controversy

    -Missy

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  22. Take care 'round a baby cobra!  -  Barbara

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  23. Totally crazy rat ate bleu cheese.  CATHY

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  24. Truth confined raises ardent beneficial causes.  CATHY

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  25. My sentence is:  Taxis careened recklessly around British Columbia.
    Hugs, Kathy

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  26. today's children rally against being controlled

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  27. TODAY,CAROL RAN ANOTHER BLOCK CANKEROUSLY.


    ok--at least i tried lol

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  28. That child really appreciates Birthday Cake.


    Best Wishes,
    Gina

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  29. Hi Val!
    TCRABC: Taxes Could Rise After Barak's Campaign

    Caregivingly Yours, Patrick
    http://journals.aol.com/daddyleer/CaregivinglyYours/
    http://lairofcachalot.blogspot.com/

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  30. TCRABC


    "Time causes Rapid, Acute Biological Changes" !

    from:

    http://journals.aol.com/badge9408/old-woodys-page/


    Difficile est saturam non scribere - It is hard not to write satire.

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  31. I wasn't going to enter this week seeing as I won last weeks, but your invitation to participate anyway was irrestible....Having said that here's this weeks entry from me:

    Tyranny Creates Racism Abolishing Benevolent Compassion.

    Thanks again for a wonderful game hon! (Hugs) Indigo

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  32. Trapeze Clowns Really Are Bad Clowns!

    Brenda

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  33. I have mine posted but forgot,once again ,to come back and post (((mindless me)))...
    http://journals.aol.co.uk/specialadyfink/Anyway...../entries/2008/02/10/weekly-sentence-with-val/1275
    connie

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  34. http://journals.aol.com/peytonswater/Peytonswater/entries/2008/02/12/weekly-sentence-w-val/1172
    There you go,,,on time this week :)
    Hugs
    Ang

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  35. Hey Val~Here's mine~

    Todays' children's responsibilities are being challenged.

    http://journals.aol.com/sassydee50/SassysWORD

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  36. where are my alerts! I love this sort of game.. I am going to have to reset some of my alerts I've missed this and a couple other things lately What the heck AOL?

    Love ya,
    Promise

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