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Tag Archives: Sunday Whirl
Sunday is word challenge day! Check it out here and join in the fun. Her life was going down the tubes and after years of crash diets and bizarre fads, in a desperate bid to lose weight it was clear … Continue reading
Sunday has a lot of challenges that interest me, so as I go through my reader, I set them all up as WIP then come back to them. The Sunday Whirl is one of them and you can join in … Continue reading
It’s Sunday (well it was when I started!) and wordle time. https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/89850/posts/2367336529 Dawn lifted the shell to her ear and heard the call of the sea. The summer wrap fit her like a glove, and she let it shimmy to … Continue reading
Thanks again to Bwarren for hosting the Sunday Whirl The shy light of the moon is Rooted in the night sky, Seeking refuge through the trees. A branch blocks its silvery path As clouds shift their course. But as the … Continue reading
Welcome to this week’s Sunday Whirl courtesy of BWarren. He was so smug because he found it simple to channel his charm to the limit, and hold no conscience for hurting anyone in his way. Sage was facing the trauma … Continue reading
It’s Sunday! Wordle time. Sometimes, I have so much on my plate, I need a relaxing walk in the woods to get things into perspective. I feel a sense of humility when I listen to the birds. Rain or shine, … Continue reading
Here we go with another word selection to get our minds working. https://sundaywhirl.wordpress.com/2019/07/07/wordle-411/ It was only a short course of 9 holes and a lot of deals had been struck over a game. A groan escaped his lips when his … Continue reading