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Beckie has kindly invited me to participate in this today. You can check it out here: https://beckiesmentalmess.blog/2019/10/10/pop-pop-of-positivity-share-3-topic-gracious-greetings/ “Pop of Positivity” It’s based on one simple thing. “Life doesn’t have to suck all the time.” Let’s face it… There’s a Helluva lot … Continue reading
Teresa at The Haunted Wordsmith began this Finish the Story. Teresa started with: As soon as Liam read the advertisement, he knew the place was for him. Three-story newly renovated home on private island in the middle of Hidden Hollow Lake. … Continue reading
I’ve been tagged by Donna B McNicol for this challenge, which originated with Nova Namaste at https://mynamaste365online.blog/2019/06/22/imagination-plantation: Thanks Donna. 4 Simple Rules: Write me ( Nova ) a short paragraph about what’s happening in this image. Create a pingback to … Continue reading
Thanks Teresa aka The Haunted Wordsmith for tagging me on the Tell The Story challenge. This is our picture for thought. https://pixabay.com/en/users/thommas68-2571842/ No-one saw the huge bird of prey alight on the ship’s rigging. Due to plenty of whiskey, women … Continue reading
Melanie at sparksfromacombustiblemind has nominated me for this challenge. This is her picture Nature’s clocks we called them as kids, the number of blows it took to scatter the seeds denoted the hour. It was never accurate of course, and … Continue reading