Downes Syndrome Day.

Please watch and pass on . Sending my love out to all Mums with extra special children. Sorry it is late I didn’t know it was Downes Syndrome Day.

Essence Day 22

Today has been a day full of Spring promise, the temperature though higher than of late is still very chilly. Blue skies and bright light, washing dancing on the line. I dare not hope yet as I have been told another drastic temperature drop is on its way for Easter! 😱😱

The sun plays in the sky

Chilly days, Shoo! Go! Fly

Day 22 of Jane Dougherty’s Daily Essence Poem Challenge.

Twittering Tales #76 – 20 March 2017

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SATAN’S SPAWN.

Satan shouted, who had moved his bucket. Silence, Uriel has been clearing up had he moved it? Satan was getting annoyed, where was his spawn.
Uriel smiled as two little boys wandered off into the sun set carrying a bucket of black smelly spawn. Uriel loved making children happy.
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This is just so important to read.

like mercury colliding...

for the outcast soul
lost hope and pipe dreams collect
in file thirteen

~kat

For Haiku Horizons’ Challenge, Prompt Word, “File”.

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Carrot Cake or A Bloggers Dilemma

Love this have your cake and eat it!!

The Curious Archaeologist

This week’s prompt from Charli at the Carrot Ranch is;

March 16, 2018, prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less) write a story about carrot cake. It can be classic or unusual. Why is there cake? How does it feature in the story. Go where the prompt leads.

Now readers of my blogs know that, as far as these challenges are concerned, I tend to go for an historical take. But this prompt gave me a great deal of difficulty, for Carrot cake is not an old variety of cake, it is very modern being first recorded in the early twentieth century (1903 to be precise). So what was I to do, clearly I had to mix carrots with another sort of cake, in this case a phrase (also modern, dating from 1538 – I am an archaeologist and for us modern, technically early modern begins in 1485). Hope…

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Problems :Non payment of direct debit after changing bank!

Bank : “it’s the fault of the creditor.”

Creditor : “it the fault of the bank”

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