https://patriciasplace.me/2019/07/17/in-other-words-the-beach/ For God’s sake, won’t someone pick me up. I’ll whisper in their ear, murmuring impossible promises: love, abundance, peace. If only they will carry me far from those damn punishing waves. If not, I’ll bite their ear off!
Twittering Tales #141 – 18 June 2019 Here is my contribution to Kat Myrman’s Twittering Tales Challenge this week. The picture above is to stimulate a tale of 280 characters,or less.Try your hand at the challenge, and see more stories at https://katmyrman.com/2019/06/18/twittering-tales-141-18-june-2019/ He could be watching the Yankees battle the Dodgers through a loose board… Continue reading Twittering Tales Response
Oops, I gave credit to the wrong person and blog, and my apologies to Eugenia at Brewnspew Cafe who picked this wonderful word of the week: Sanity. This is my contribution to her prompt, and please check out more Sanity haikus at https://amanpan.com/2019/04/01/brewnspew-cafe-april-1-2019/ (And you will love the picture on her site for this prompt).… Continue reading Sanity–Haiku Challenge
From Six-Word Musings: “Standing on the bridge, visitors to Christmas at Kew gaze down on a fleet of colourful origami boats, bobbing on the lake to the tune of the Christmas carol I Saw Three Ships (come sailing in).The ever-changing colours and patterns are magical, and reminded me of the tradition of setting sail a candle-lit… Continue reading Six-Word Musings
Jennifer’s weekly Color Your World always challenges me to find the perfect color matches. These are my contributions for April 15-21. https://tourmalinenow.com/2018/04/15/this-weeks-challenges-april-15-21-owpc-ww-cyw/ Pine Green Cadet Blue Brick Red … Continue reading Color Your World April 15-21
M for Memories April 14 When are our memories activated? At the age of 6 did I remember a particular incident from last week or last year? Maybe when I was 14 I recalled thinking I would see cowboys when our family moved to Texas two years earlier. Or at 30 the memory of dancing… Continue reading A2Z April Challenge M and N
As this week’s contribution to the Mundane Monday Challenge, I took this picture of an empty chair in the street apparently waiting for any weary traveler to stop and rest a spell. Or perhaps the chair is owned by a nearby resident who claims this spot daily to engage others in conversation as they trek… Continue reading Sit Awhile