Q: QUO VADIS?

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The words spoken by Peter to Christ : Quo Vadis – Whither goest thou?

The song by Diana Ross :  Do you know where we’re going to, do you know …?

I quake when I observe all that is going on in the world.

I have qualms about our planet and the damage to Mother Nature

I query bank charges and government policy

I hate queues and will not wait for a restaurant table

I quiz myself often about my purpose in life

I walk, cook and read quickly

I love reading about historical quests and wonder about my own

I love quotes

I am fascinated by quantum physics where the wave is also a particle

Quarks are also interesting

I sometimes want to call it quits when faced with my untidy study

The question is sometimes more important than the answer

I wonder about my allocated quota for the time left to live

The British Queen Elizabeth is gracious and I love Queen the music rock star

I sometimes have to get quarantine shots if travelling abroad

I am not mad about quince

I love quartz crystals

Some doctors are quacks

How to quell my desire for quality chocolate is ongoing

People who quibble over inconsequentials are irritating

Old and quaint are often lovely as in quill pens

I sometimes feel as if I am stepping into quicksand if I take on too much

I qualify as mother wife sister friend writer wonderer

I love night time when all is quiet and quarrels are forgotten

quarries can be dangerous if fascinating

Mac quarter pounders? My sons love them

Ok, enough already – But the movie ‘The Quartet’ was wonderful and quixotic

and my husband always has a quip to make even though the subject matter is serious

41 Comments on Q : QUO VADIS

  1. Dear Susan;
    I think you astonished and awoke all of us with the q’s. Very very clever and it gets one thinking about how to use the most unknown or seemingly unlikely–in the alphabet and in the psyche as well. Many thanks for the stirring line of q’s.

  2. I quake when I observe all that is going on in the world.
    I have qualms about our planet and the damage to Mother Nature
    I query bank charges and government policy
    I hate queues and will not wait for a restaurant table

    I have/do all these things, too (esp the one about Mother Nature)! Feels good to know I’m not alone.

      • You are more than welcome. You put it off until after the challenge is over, it will be a great way to generate a few visitors to your blog in May… I am not sure why but there seems to be a problem with the link to your blog when you comment on my page, when I click on your name – I get a screen that says no blogposts found… but the link in my post works fine….
        Ok I think I worked it out …. Your webpage link on your blogger profile page works – it’s the one under ‘my blogs’ that is sending me to the ‘no posts found’ page

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  4. So very creative, I related to almost everything on your list, but I still really don’t understand what quo vardi is… oh to have half your intelligence 🙂

    • I wish I had an ounce of yours Ida! Quo Vadis is Latin for ‘whither goest thou’ which were Peter’s words to Christ. Have a lovely weekend. 🙂

  5. Holy quacking quirks, Batman! I think Susan has surpassed the day’s Q’s. Quivering quacknos, Robin. Quick let’s make her queen.

    hahaha! You’ve outdone yourself, Susan.

  6. Hi,

    I love this. The opening is perfect and sets the stage for everything else that follows. Excellent job my dear.

    Shalom,
    Patricia

  7. O my Gwynn, you have outdone yourself and me by putting them into a sentence! I am smiling with a big quirtz on my qweel :)! (Don’t look it up – I made it up).
    Thank you!

  8. You seemed to have no qualm in using all of those quirky and quality “Q’s”. I’m in a quandry as to your quest in bringing them to light. I’m sitting her applauding your quick-witted thinking. I quiver with excitement as I quietly await your next letter. Thank you for your quips!! 😉

    • Thanks Barbara! I could have gone on and on and on – used words like quadruped, qi, quandary, quartile ad nauseam/infinitum and then it would have been quantity quantity quantity!

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