A shopping centre was destroyed by a bomb yesterday. One side says the shopping centre was empty and the detonatation was due to location of enemy weapons supplied by the western powers. The other side says says 1000 people were situated in the centre when the bomb hit. And when asked about the veracity of… Continue reading On Ukraine
Life on this planet is on time we borrow, The cup runneth over with anguish and sorrow. Now babies might live, but mothers can die, Children quickly grow learning to fight, kill and lie. Was it ever any fun to shoot a fully loaded gun? There's an uncertain undercurrent washing through the world. Do you… Continue reading Feeling Miserable?
The sms was delivered whilst I was scrubbing the floors. So determined, was I, to remove all those doggy pawprints from the tiles that I didn't even check my phone for an hour or so. When I finally glanced at it, the words said that a dear, dear friend had passed away. Instantly, I was… Continue reading Losing a friend
Imagine if you had a box, and it could contain anything, anything at all. But the contents are things that one can not pick up. What would be in your box? This was an excercise given to primary school children, aged 7- 12 years.
If you are put off by political-environmental topics you might want to stop reading now. I was ready to post some fun pics of the unique and amazing Banksia plants that I saw yesterday but decided that was a tad ordinary for the prompt Green. Sandy's Friendly Friday prompt of Green made me think of… Continue reading Friendly Friday Challenge – Going Green
Friday Fictioneers is a challenge wherein you write a Story in 100 Words based on a photo prompt: https://rochellewisofffields.files.wordpress.com/2022/06/waterfall-david-stewart.jpg PHOTO PROMPT © David Stewart Just one more step, she surmised, until she reached the edge. Still lucid, she considered the horrendous pain she'd feel before the blackness enveloped her. It couldn’t be worse than the… Continue reading The Falls and Josie – a Short Story