An Unwelcome Intrusion A day or so ago, an email arrived in my inbox which shook me up. Not initially of course, but as you will soon discover, people can be unpredictable as can our reactions. The email was from the property agent advising me that an unnamed person and their property representative wanted to, … Continue reading Tenants Rights or Wrongs?
Sometimes we need to treasure the moment before it passes, never to come again.
The prompt for October for the A and I Poetry Challenge, was to ~ Write a poem to, or about, your future self. How might you see yourself, or your life, in ten years time For more details - click here Here are the contributions so far: Amanda - Something to Ponder About Hester - … Continue reading Poetry Challenge – October Round Up
This week on Proverbial Friday we are looking at saying on Happiness. What can they tell us? Are they useful suggestions, or glib words?
My final contribution to the Poetry Challenge
October Prompt: ~ Write a poem to, or about, your future self. How might you see yourself, or your life, in ten years time. Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com This prompt is merely a suggestion and you may choose a topic of your liking and still be included in the challenge. Remember to … Continue reading Poetry Challenge – October Reminder
Several years ago, I created Proverbial Friday on my blog. Wise words that contain lessons and messages about how to manage our life and find more contentment, if only we can think about and dissect their words. I love a good discussion so join with me each Friday and share your thoughts on the quotes and proverbs I post. I love comments.
Wise words to make us ponder more about our life, our world and our role within it. Sayings handed down from generations past provide powerful lessons for us. Posting on Fridays each week, Proverbial Friday gives you something vital to ponder about.
Writing a limerick is not the easy task it seems. Combining humour and keeping to the form can be especially challenging. The A and I Poetry Challenge inspired me to try.
And who would not want a beach holiday?
The Prompt for September was to write a Limerick or humorous poem. Only five lines long, limerick poems have an ‘AABBA’ rhyme scheme. Featured Poets – Colonialist's Blog I do suppose that each season Does come with a kind of a reason, And most are quite fine, But I draw … Continue reading Poetry Challenge – September Round up