I’m sitting in a chair surrounded by people I’ve just met at the (AWSA) Advanced Writers and Speakers Association conference.
Annetta Dellinger, the group leader and Joyologist pulls out a sheet of paper and says, “I’ve been visiting your website and I have some questions.”
While I wait my turn I wonder what she’ll ask, will it be about my quilts, or blended families or maybe she’ll want to know about Mind of Her Own. I start putting words together in my mind on what I’ll say.
It’s my turn. I hope I can get this out without stumbling over the words. Deep breath –I’m ready.
Annetta asks, “Why do you have stringing 26 letters into stories in the header of your blog?”
Brain melts, tongue takes over. “I stole it.”
Someone says, “At least she’s honest.”
I feel the capillaries in my cheeks lighting up like a Roman candle on the 4th of July. Quick recover, you can do this. “It came from a song and it touched me, I did tweak the artists words but the idea is the same. All we have are 26 letters to tell our stories about God.” Whew.
So here is my official statement:
The song is called 26 Letters by Ben Glover
Here’s the chorus:
26 letters is all I got
To tell You how I feel about You
26 letters and you know I’m never ever
Gonna write the perfect paragraph
I try to express
With adjectives of thankfulness
But, I don’t know if I can do it
With 26 letters
See how well it works with writing?
You can read the rest of the words to 26 letters here.
Buy 26 Letters I’m not an affiliate.
How do you handle suprise questions?
2 thoughts on “Why choose 26 Letters for a Tag Line?”
I should probably make this post a page on the site. 🙂
I am so glad she asked you the question, because I now I know too.