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Q is for Quest

The letter Q does not lack words to write about. But Q did not place a word into my head to let my consciousness flow. Starting at the blank screen, the word Quest popped into my head. Very fitting, after all today I am on a Quest to find some inspiration. 

Last year I wrote about Questions during the A to Z Challenge, and later in the year I wrote about Quitting, both words wanted to take the scene today, but no! I won’t have you question my seriousness regarding this challenge by repeating a word! Nor am I going to quit today!

When I was a kid I was taught that the letter Q has to be followed by a U and that ALWAYS! Well that was in a school in Germany, and in the German language this might be true (beware there might be an exception lurking somewhere), but when I arrived in France, I found out quite quickly that this rule is not always true in French. After all there is a town called Le Pecq. I am sure that my teachers would have shuttered at the mere thought of such a word…

Quest, that word always makes me think of Shrek saying “But I am already on a quest!”, maybe that’s because it was how I got acquainted to this Q word.

Quentin quits quilting while Queen Quitterie questions quotations of quotas. 

During the month of April, I am participating in the A to Z Challenge, my theme is authenticity and eclecticism, which in my book go hand in hand.

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