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Nip over to Like Mercury Colliding for Kat’s weekly TT challenge and play with a maximum of 280 characters! Photo by Wal_172619 @ picabay.com ‘Honey? Our taxi might be a bit late.’ 38 characters Advertisements
Thanks to Kat for hosting the Twittering Tales Challenge every week. https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/60562321/posts/2369102478 This week’s photo is by David Reed at Pixabay.com Now look what you’ve done! The blades have torn a hole in the sky! 65 characters
Pay a visit to Kat’s site Like Mercury Colliding to read last week’s entries and find this week’s photoprompt. Go on, join in! If you’re anxious about overshooting the 280 character limit, there’s a link to a neat gadget to … Continue reading
Tuesday brings a variety of challenges from words to pictures to restricted letters! Kat’s Twittering Tales is to write a post in 280 characters or less based on the following photoprompt. Go on, join in, you know you want to! … Continue reading
Tuesday is Twittering Tales day, courtesy of Kat Myrman @ like mercury colliding. The challenge is to write a post of 280 characters or less based on the following photo: Photo by Lisa Fotios @ Pexels.com They had been friends … Continue reading
Thanks Kat for this week’s challenge shown at the bottom of the Round Up for #142. Photo by Ryan McGuire at Pixabay.com Roland couldn’t wait to get his hands on Dino and slipped underneath the engine to have a looksee. … Continue reading
Thanks Kat @ Like Mercury Colliding for another Twittering Tales challenge. Photo by sasint at pixabay.com Take One: Everything was going well at first, then the familiar change in body language and the theatre team knew they couldn’t escape from … Continue reading