A-Z #Gratitude: #Thanks for #X

English: M1 (NGC1952) Crab Nebula in Taurus (5...

English: M1 (NGC1952) Crab Nebula in Taurus (5H35′,22°01) At 6300AL distant, this nebula is a supernova remnant, huge expanding cloud of gas coming from the explosion of a star in 1054. At the center of the nebula, a pulsar send Xrays emission with a period of about 30Ms 10/13/2007 Poses:30’Halpha 30’Luminance 15’RGB – Bin.2X2 – STL11K – C14 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Day 24 of the A-Z Blogging Challenge and the letter X.

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Thanks for X

The letter X always draws me up short in the A-Z blogging challenge.  Today is no eXception.  I did the Xylophone in my first A-Z…and today I have nothing for the letter X.  My brain is X’d out in the X words section.

Xrays….yes, thanks for Xrays.  They look at our body and tell us if anything is broken, or missing, or maybe shouldn’t even be there at all.   For example, if they xrayed my brain there would be a big empty spot where the X words go!


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