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Thoughtful, not Haphazard. Overkill? Reasoning, Outspoken, Upstanding. Grim perhaps, but Honest. Written for FOWC 18th July
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Following on from my cringeworthy post (no more puns here, I promise), here is the almost finished fencing. Digital Camera Digital Camera Digital Camera Digital Camera As you can imagine, the lads weren’t pleased to find…
Fandango is our host and you can join in by clicking here Today’s word is “inadequate.” Images are thrown, Notwithstanding Ability and Durability, or the lack thereof. Enough of the put downs Quivering with a sense of lacking Undermined by … Continue reading
Rambling thoughts on this one, an adjective used in a variety of ways. According to the Cambridge dictionary, terrible means very unpleasant or serious or of low quality. I suppose then it’s right to say kids go through the terrible … Continue reading
I’ve had a lot of ideas recently, some I have tried out with positive results, and some have not been so successful but I have managed to salvage something. I’ve also had ideas for meals, no recipes, just something I … Continue reading
Alone, unannounced, a face in a crowd Needs must in some circumstances, Only making one’s presence felt if necessary. Not wanting to be in the limelight, Yearning for solitude. Mostly in the background, simply ‘there’ Otherwise a phantom of imagination, … Continue reading
I think I have been lucky and inherited my Mum’s good skin. It wasn’t until her late 80s and early 90s that she started to have blemishes on her face, though liver spots on the backs of her hands had … Continue reading
Fandango has given us Scratch as our word challenge today. Now is this as in you scratch my back and I’ll scratch yours which seems to be the way of ‘getting on’ in politics, business or a career, or is … Continue reading
As a kid, I loved getting the little pot of bubble liquid in my Christmas stockings. When it ran out, washing up liquid was never the same. Imagine how thrilled I was to get a bubble wand from my neighbour … Continue reading