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Nice to see this challenge from Bikurgurl in my reader today as it’s been a while and I’ve missed it. Designed to improve and enhance the lifestyles of the over 45s, they decided to give it a go having got … Continue reading
Thanks go to Bikurgurl for our weekly 100 Word Wednesday challenge https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/40819174/posts/2434085785 They were ready for the grand opening and first guests to arrive. Everything was spotless and new, all that needed to be done was the placing of fresh … Continue reading
This week we have another picture from Cyranny to inspire us. Thanks to Bikurgurl for setting the challenge. You can join in here. It was an experiment thought up by local environmentalists and the councils, though many scoffed at the … Continue reading
Our image this week is another from Cyranny. It had been such a romantic a meeting. Under a canopied setting with checked tablecloths and posies of flowers, he’d joined her for coffee then as soft music gently played in the … Continue reading
Bikurgurl has given us another image by Cyranny to work with this week. In my dreams, I fly with dragons, Swooping low, the tyrants flee Engulfed in flames and terror, Not so, in my reality. Every day, the bullies torture, … Continue reading
Thanks to Bikurgurl for our 100 Word Wednesday challenge again this week. https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/40819174/posts/2401323426 The bike was outside number 6 again. The curtains of the top flat opposite twitched, the resident therein furious at having missed the owner’s arrival. No-one else … Continue reading