TBD

TBD on Ning

First Category: Things to do with the outdoors.

First person posts a word that begins with "A", next person posts a word that begins with "B" & so on.
The person who posts the "Z" word comes up with a new category & begins it with a "A" word.
TWIST THROWN IN ON 9/9/10: We're on a category that begins w/an "A" - how about we start choosing categories alphabetically? So the next person who posts the "Z" answer chooses a new category that begins w/"B". '-)

As of 9/12/10, we've covered:

> Things to do w/the OUTDOORS

> SONG TITLES

> DELECTABLE FOOD

> ANIMALS

> SITCOMS

> KITCHEN UTENSILS (I loved that one, Chez! '-)

> ACTORS/ACTRESSES

> FAMOUS WOMEN

> FLOWERS

> PLANES, TRAINS & AUTOMOBILES

> ANATOMY

> HISTORICAL EVENTS

> TRAVEL

> MUSICIANS
> BOOKS
> COLORS
> JOB DESCRIPTIONS
> TYPES OF FRUIT
> U.S. CITIES 
> HOME & GARDEN
> HOLIDAYS & TRADITIONS
> ARTISTS
> ATHLETES
> BOY'S NAMES
> COMMERCIALS/ADS
> DRUGS/MEDICATIONS
> ECO FRIENDLINESS
> ALL THINGS FRENCH
> GAGS
> RECIPES
>THINGS ITALIAN
> GIRLS' NAMES
> UNUSUAL FAMILY NAMES

Tags: Alphabet Games, Fun, Word Games

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P ~ Plastic recycling
Q

Quilts made of old clothes

(memories on your bed)
S

Share a ride!
T ~ Time Share
To Chez' "Share a ride" - -

or a shower!! '-)
U - Unite w/others to establish & grow environmentally responsible practices.
W ~ Waste to energy, in one of several forms
Xeriscaping!

Yard waste recycling - using yard waste for mulch, composting, etc.
"Z" Zero-emission - denoting a road vehicle that emits no pollutants from its exhaust.


next category- Anything to do with French or France people places, things or words..

I start with A..
"A" - Artiste - french word for artist.
Bastille, known formally as Bastille Saint-Antoine. Best known today because of the storming of the Bastille on 14 July 1789, which along with the Tennis Court Oath is considered the beginning of the French Revolution.
I should save this for T, but since I mentioned it... The Tennis Court Oath was a pivotal event during the first days of the French Revolution. The Oath was a pledge signed by 576 out of the 577 members from the Third Estate during a meeting of the Estates-General on 20 June 1789 in a tennis court.

And yes, I googled!!
C ~ Creoles

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