T is for Twist #AtoZChallenge



T is for the Twist!


And who could forget this one?


Hey, let’s twist again!


How would you like to go into this twisted building?


Image from Pixabay.


Do you ever wonder what gets the trees all twisted up like this?


Image from Pixabay.


I’ll bet you don’t wonder what to do with this whopper of a twist!


Image from Pixabay.


Have a blessed day, y’all!

About Suzanne Gunter McClendon

I am a South Carolina native now living on the Texas Gulf Coast. I have been married to David for just over 33 years. We have 4 surviving adult children and two children-in-law. At this point in our lives, we are adjusting to an refilling nest. I enjoy reading, writing, photography, digital art, fiber arts, and much, much more.
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13 Responses to T is for Twist #AtoZChallenge

  1. David E. McClendon Sr. says:

    I think this post is a little twisted. I love you. Zing! Zing!

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  2. Loved the music. Can’t twist like i used to, but every now and then, I try.

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    • Thanks! I’m glad that you loved the music. 🙂 Me, too. I get out of breath if I get to aggressive with trying to twist these days (COPD), but it sure is fun. Doing the twist is how I lost 10 pounds in the 10th grade and ended up at 99 pounds. I wish I could still do it like I used to and get to that weight again.
      It is fun remembering those times when we could do anything we wanted to like that, isn’t it? 🙂
      Have a blessed day!

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  3. ghostmmnc says:

    That sure is a twisty weird building! I used to love trying to dance the twist. I do remember when it first came out that lots of people had to go to their chiropractors after twisting too much!

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    • Wow, that is interesting. I guess they just got a bit too excited with it, eh? 🙂

      I wonder how that building stands like that. You can’t even see whatever is connecting one section to the next one above it. One of the stores where we used to work had twisted columns that did somewhat like this building does. We know the bricklayer for that store, but I still don’t know how they did it. 🙂

      Have a blessed day!

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  4. ghostmmnc says:

    The question is…Why did they make the building be all twisty? haha … we actually have a twisted building here. It wasn’t designed that way. It’s the tallest one here at 21 stories and it was hit by the 1970 tornado. It was twisted by a twister! It’s hard to even tell, but they say it is, and it is still in use. 🙂

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    • Wow, I’m surprised they left it standing since the twister twisted it. I’d think it would be dangerous.
      I don’t know why they made this building all twisty. If I remember right, this one is in Tokyo, but I looked at so many yesterday that I don’t remember for sure. 🙂
      Have a blessed night.

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  5. 15andmeowing says:

    Good job with all this twisting.


  6. Suzanne,

    Great mewsic! That twisted building is so strange but I love twisted trees. They make tremendous photographic subjects but I bet you see the value in them for this reason, too. Now, I have to trouble thinking of what to do with that last twist and honestly, I wouldn’t mind tasting that twist right now.

    ~Curious as a Cathy
    Art Sketching Through the Alphabet “T” (Treehouse)

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    • Hi Cathy,
      Thanks! I’m glad that you enjoyed the music. I love many of the songs from that era, even though it was before I was born. 🙂
      Oh yes! I agree about the trees! They do make great photographic subjects. There are all sorts of twisted trees around here. My most favorite tree in this area is at the Brazos Bend State Park. It is huge. I have posted pictures in the past on both PS Annie! and McClendon Villa.
      Too bad we can’t just reach through the screen and get that pretzel. 🙂
      Thanks for stopping by and commenting. Have a blessed day!


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