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Brenda Warren is our hostess for the Sunday Whirl word challenge. You can join in here I could tell you a few stories about my childhood, Times when TV was a novelty, and we had to make our own fun. … Continue reading
Brenda Warren is our hostess for the Sunday Whirl. You can play along here The road winds, feeding the horizon as I head home. Tender moments sitting in front of the fire, my fingers beginning to thaw as the blood … Continue reading
Thanks again to Brenda Warren for providing the following ten words for our challenge today. You can join in here: https://sundaywhirl.wordpress.com/2020/11/15/wordle-482/ A slit in the lace curtains revealed eyes in a face of infinite bitterness which would remain imprinted on … Continue reading
Brenda Warren is our host for this challenge. You can join in here She had always believed there was nothing stronger than family, urban or rural, blood thicker than water and all that, the team stuck together, ready to back … Continue reading
Brenda Warren sets the Sunday Whirl wordle challenge. You can join in here ‘We all reach a crossroads in life and have to choose which path to follow,’ his father said. ‘There is no shame in admitting you made a … Continue reading
Brenda Warren is our host for the Sunday Whirl. You can join in here No-one could deny she had a trim figure which she swore was down to the singular meal she had every day. The fact that she just … Continue reading
Brenda Warren is our host for The Sunday Whirl. You can find out more here: Her skin was as smooth as velvet, save for the scar that ran from her ear to her chin. She could still feel the sting … Continue reading
Thanks to Brenda Warren for setting the Sunday Whirl every week. You can join in here The surroundings were grim, but Sally acquiesced with poise. Some visitors would groan with disgust at dribble running down chins as they could not … Continue reading
Once again thanks to Brenda Warren for setting the Sunday Whirl challenge. You can join in here He had the power to cast doubt on myself, but I refused to let it develop into a crisis.The fight or flight in … Continue reading