Zed is the final letter in the English alphabet. (Were we speaking Greek, Omega would come last, but that's entirely different — except for Amanda.)
I know that in some places, like the United States, this final letter is pronounced Zee. As in Zee-Zee Top. (Can you feature Zed-Zed Top? Right.)
Anyhow, we've come to the end.
Well and truly did Canadian singer and songwriter Paul Anka pen the immortal words,
"And now, the end is near
And so I face the final curtain"
(Anka wrote that for Frank Sinatra, who sang it as "My Way.")
Now, I haven't exactly followed the rules for this A - Z Challenge. Had I done so, this would have started and ended in April, instead of ending in July. But most of you, gentle readers, know very well that Bear does not always abide by normative conventions (i.e., the rules). Following the rules can be so, well, boring, and may not fit one's schedule or inclinations. So, you got what you got.
There will be changes. (Hardly a surprise.)
No, Diva, it won't be an "adult" blog. But I trust it will be interesting to adults, of all ages.
Please Bear with me during this revitalization period. Bear thanks you.
Also brought to you by the letter Z:
And from the new Phonetic Alphabet, Zed the lot! Which, in fact, I have.