Hello Blog readers. I hope everyone is having a nice weekend. I find it hard to grasp that the month is almost half gone – the days are moving way too fast. Anyhow, today I am joining in with JNW’s Color Your World challenge. Ready? And lastly, Deb’s word for #One Word Sunday (here) is cheerful … More Sunday Photos (colors, tree, cheerful…)
Bad Trip to Fiji (fiction word count: 150) After watching the Truman Show, I decided to visit Fiji. I arrived safely, but my luggage didn’t. I had to wear ill-fitting clothes provided by the resort and without my vitamins, energy was low. A travel agent misunderstanding had me three nights in huts with the couples-getaway … More Bad Trip to Fiji (#Whatpegmansaw)
Linked to the weekly photo challenge for weathered – go here to see more entries or to join in. . . . . .
Wanted to share one of my favorite snacks: Raw pumpkin seeds, raw walnuts (halved), Trader Joe’s shredded coconut, and yes, those are plain cranberries. The cranberries add a nice tarty crunch and their flavor seems to bring out a little more flavor from the nuts. We had some leftover whole cranberries to use up and … More Friday Food (Snacking with nuts, coconut and whole cranberries)
Edna’s Room (fiction word count: 100) Coming back to Edna’s place puts a smile upon my face She passed away more than ninety days ago yet her plants continue to grow Sometimes when delightful people pass grief has an undertone of laugh Recalling eccentric ways … More Edna’s Room – Impossible to clean (Friday Fictioneers) and EQ info
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To join in with Rebel Guy’s Flower Power from week 4- I decided to write again. As I scrolled his photos (here) – I was drawn to the first photo he shared (below with my poem). It seemed as if the leaf was pressing on the flower (to me it seemed that way). It reminded … More Yielding to the Heaviness (Flower Power Week 4)
Hello Everyone. It is time for another Two For Tuesday. Today I have some seahorses: Part 2: Did you know the hippocampus (small organ in the brain that is part of the limbic system) is shaped like a seahorse? Well not exactly – but close (and this next image has exaggerated this likeness just … More Seahorses (Two for Tuesday)
This week, the folks at What Pegman Saw have brought us to Tel Saki, Syria (here). I decided to write about some Syrian folks who have been displaced from their home, but they are still trying to keep coffee traditions alive: Making Coffee (fiction word count: 150) It was still dark as the family prepped … More Sugar is NOT Added Last, Son (What Pegman Saw Flash Fiction)