Jumping Jehoshaphat before you can say Jack Robinson its time to play ABC Wednesday again. No doubt we will learn something, possibly who on earth was Jack Robinson. Was it a very volatile gentleman of that name who used to play flying visits to his neighbours, and was no sooner arriving then he was off again. Or was it a jolly Jack Tar who returned to find his love, tired of waiting, married to another, so he quickly left.
The tenth letter of the alphabet is a modern introduction, only differentiated from I in the 17th Century. It was medieval practice to lengthen the I when it was the initial letter, usually with the consonant function now assumed by J. Just think if that had not happened we would be doing K this week. However I will try not to confuse and assure and confirm this week it is indeed ... J.
So by Jove its time for high jinks, jeu d'esprit and jottings. Time to be taken on a journey that could be judicious, joyful or a jump into the unknown, one never knows until clicking on the link. So Join the jamboree and add your link below.