Watching gratefully, as others went first
Why I owe Charlotte Brontë a massive hot chocolate
This one is too late to enter Rashmi's challenge which she set last week over at Mind and Life Matters blog, but as I'd finally got around to writing it, I thought I'd share it here anyway, before I get on with writing the next one! I once saw a girl full of fears Who … Continue reading Weekly Limerick Challenge: Over the Years
It's a bleak and rainy November Sunday with several hours to wait until the Strictly results show. Husband is out for a bracing walk, proving that he's much more the hardy outdoor type than me. 12YO has taken herself off to the cinema with a friend to see Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, while … Continue reading Song Lyric Sunday: Gratitude
Guilt, like incense, infused our prayers... this is the six word story I decided to submit to this week's challenge over at Sometimes Stellar's blog. Although the theme - 'worship' - did give me quite a few ideas, and I came up with a couple of others as well. Congregation prayed while priest smirked silently … Continue reading Six Word Story Challenge: Worship
I'll stop. Right after this one. My contribution for this week's Six Word Story Challenge. How many times do we all say this?
Glad to be back coming up with limericks for one of my favourite weekly challenges, and big respect to Rashmi for finding time to do this in the middle of Nanowrimo! The prompt for this week is this photo, which reminds me of a recent visit we had to Beamish open air museum in County … Continue reading Limerick Challenge: week 45