Trigger Warning – this post contains content that may distress some readers.
This was not the post I was going to write for the Ragtag Daily Prompt – Purple. As I chose today’s RDP, I had a bit of a heads-up, but plans change. This post is about love, loss, grieving and wee birds. It’s not really about purple but there is one small, important connection to the Prompt word. Coincidentally, this post also fits the Word of the Day – Mellifluous. Read more
This is my response to the Ragtag Daily Prompt word — Insight.
When I first learned of today’s prompt word, I stumbled around in the dark for a while, cursed a bit, thought I had an idea but wasn’t sure; thought I had better do a quick internet search just to reassure myself, and then BINGO! It came to me. Read more
For the Information of those wishing to participate in the Ragtag Daily Prompt. Read more
WordPress Daily Prompt — Broken
If you haven’t seen Judy Dykstra-Brown’s post on the Daily Prompt theme of “Broken”, please check it out. Judy is initiating a campaign to save the Daily Prompt. Her post explains how you can help by adding your voice to her’s on the WordPress Forums page. Here is what I wrote on the forum: Read more
Autumn has finally arrived. April was our hottest April on record at 4.9C above the April average, beating April 2017’s record as the hottest April on record. To date, May has been relatively mild, except for one day where it was the coldest May day since the mid ’70s. Read more
WordPress Daily Prompt — Guilty
This post is for Martha, who is currently recovering from hip surgery. Her recovery is progressing satisfactorily but slowly. Martha misses her dogs who are being boarded at the moment. The trouble is when you are recovering from illness, you have a lot of time to think. This can be good but it can also be a bit tedious, when activity is required to clear the head and ease the mind. Read more
WordPress Daily Prompt — Narcissism
There are some of us who avoid the news, and some who, for many reasons, have restricted access to news. I live in a country where the news is very parochial and sometimes it seems that we are caught up in a kind of collective narcissism if the news reported in the mainstream media is anything to go by. Read more