Welcome to Pearson Report.
I am participating in the 2015 A to Z Challenge.
Yes, I will be adhering to my THEME Calendar.
Do you see what happens when you TALK BACK - you don’t even get a reply to your lovely comments! Damn… I fell in the gutter and I’ve been lying here, on my back, looking at the stars. (That are circling my head - I must have tripped or something!)
OKAY… HERE WE GO… (for the last time… boo hoo)
Today’s grand finale post will be about the meaning of life.
ZEBRA ZULU ZELDA
What do they have in common?
They are all part of the alphabet.
ZEBRA comes from the Military Alphabet before 1956. Click, or zoom in on it.
ZULU comes from the Nato Phonetic Alphabet, after 1956, and is used pretty much world wide. Click, or zoom in on it.
ZELDA comes from Early World of Learning. It was their Animal Pals Alphabet and the one I used to teach Miss CP her ABC’s. I have never forgotten them.
Underwood Umbrella Bird
See… once you learn your ABC’s you're set for life. (Or not, depends on which alphabet you were taught.)
So… I have a message for you, using the Nato Alphabet! (But my Animal Pals Alphabet would work too. HINT - JUST READ THE FIRST LETTER! HAHAHAHAHA)
India - Hotel Alpha Delta - Alpha - Bravo Lima Alpha Sierra Tango!
India - Hotel Oscar Papa Echo - Yankee Oscar Uniform - Delta India Delta - Tango Oscar Oscar!
I know you’re wondering what the meaning of life has to do with all this - well, that brings me to my last question…
You have one hour to live, you can make one phone call, who would you call, and what would you say? (It sounds easy upon first reading, but then… it becomes impossible. I wonder if anyone will attempt to answer!)