A to Z Analogy: Zoo

Last Update: June 11, 2018

In my A to Z Analogy, I will take places, things and people and relate them to developing our online business. This is just for fun, but perhaps, you'll be able to see something from a different perspective.

Today's Analogy: Z for Zoo

Truth be told, I really couldn't think of any other word for "z" other than "Ze End!". But I will say this: A zoo can be exciting, fun, educational, dangerous if you wander to areas that are "forbidden", enjoyable, and just special. Well, that pretty much sums up Wealthy Affiliate!

Oh, and how can I forget all the "animals"; we're from very corner of the earth with hundreds of languages spoken, with various rituals and customs. But unlike the real animals in a zoo - I could be wrong, but I don't think a monkey would like to be in the same cage as a tiger - , we really can all get along.

This has been been a wonderfully, incredible experience. Thank you.

So whether you roar, squeak, or chirp, embrace your uniqueness. Smile often... eat cake... and always...


Strive to Thrive,

Veronica


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lynnsam61 Premium
Well-done Veronica on getting through the alphabet!
I hadn't ever thought of WA as a zoo but now that you mention it... I used to love going to the zoo as a child growing up in CA and for a while worked as a "junior zookeeper". I still think of zoos as places of innocence in this morally ambiguous world we live in.
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VeronicasLuv Premium
Hey there, Erica!

Well, you just earned some cool points in my book - I've never known anyone who was a zookeeper! Well, should I decide to embark on an animal analogy - in the distant future - I'll make sure to contact you first!
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lynnsam61 Premium
Haha I wasn't really a zoo-keeper. It was a program my mom got me into as a way of giving back to my community. I had to learn about all of the different animals at a town zoo in Santa Barbara and when visitors would stop by I'd give my spiel lol. I do still love animals though and love learning about them.
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VeronicasLuv Premium
That's still cool with me, Erica! Half the programs I watch have to do with animals... I just can't enough of them!

I think I need to seriously look into doing some volunteer work at an animal shelter this year. It angers me, more than I can express when I hear about the cruelty some people inflict on animals. But just thinking about it won't lead to any change...

My goodness, Erica, you seemed to have brought out something that I've bottled up inside for a while! More cool points for you!
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DebbieRose Premium
Hi Veronica...it is a bit of a zoo around here but I'm glad to be a part of it. Congratulations on completing the series. I really respect you're dedication. Frank would be happy too. I miss his feedback! Looking forward to your next series!
Debbie
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VeronicasLuv Premium
I can't tell you how many times I was tempted to just quit, but I'm glad I made the decision to finish. You and Frank were a constant source of inspiration... yes, I miss his insightful wisdom too.

I'm seriously considering an animal analogy, but that will take some time.

Thanks for your constant support, Debbie!
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newmarketpro Premium
Zebra
Zebu
Zonkey
Zorse

:)
Joe
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VeronicasLuv Premium
LOL... I'll keep those in mind for the next series, Jose!
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laparra1 Premium
Good afternoon Veronica.

Even if it sometimes resembles a circus here, in general, we all get along quite nicely.
I especially like your last sentence, roar, squeak or chirp, I sometimes do all of that depending on my mood.

Greetings from the south of Spain, Taetske
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VeronicasLuv Premium
Greetings from New York!

Always good to see your lovely face, Taetske!
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MKearns Premium
Are you going to start with animals for A again Veronica?
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VeronicasLuv Premium
Good Morning, Papa!

It's funny that you asked that; I think it was in response to someone's comment that I thought about doing an A to Z analogy using animals.

It's possible that I may do another one - highly possible - I just don't see me doing that this year. That would just require too much mental energy - but I'm sure it would be an interesting process.
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