XC-XXIII=LXVII

XThis isn’t a “word.” It’s a roman numeral test. In the beginning of the A to Z Challenge I mentioned that each post for this challenge would have a word count of 67. What’s the significance of 67? Is it my age? The year I married? Lucky number? Or is it because I couldn’t come up with an “X” word that has anything to do with writing a memoir?

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5 responses to “XC-XXIII=LXVII”

  1. shanjeniah says :

    You do have me wondering! =D And a good take on that tricky letter “X”!

    Boldly Going Through the Alphabet!
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  2. gwynnrogers says :

    Hi Marge, I’m about to turn 67 only I married in 68, but that one didn’t last. I love your blog. You have great ideas! Thanks for visiting my blog too.

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