Blue Sky Tag:Your it.!

Thank you to Sarah Brentyn at Lemon Shark for nominating me me for the

Now I don’t normally accept these tags but being in a good mood right now I decided to join in…… Don’t think I am going to be a push over often because I am not! 😃.

Here are the rules

There’s a thing about 11 for this tag: 11 rules…no. 11 cups of coffee…hmm. Ah. 11 tags, 11 answers, 11 questions… Something like that.

For me, like Sarah I’m going with this…

Consider yourself tagged.

Join in, have a bit of bloggy fun, use the awesome Blue Sky Tag banner (that Rachael Ritchey designed).

Here are Sarah’s Questions

  1. Do you judge a book by its cover? No never.
  2. What’s your favorite color? (Specific shade would be awesome…just saying.) My favourite colour is electric blue.
  3. Which animal is smarter: chimpanzees or dolphins? (Except if Geoff Le Pard plays because he will say “mice”.) Yup I go with Geoff Mice…or rats maybe.
  4. What’s your least favourite part about writing: editing, revising, or proofreading? Using my poor brain!😱
  5. Are there any mythological creatures you believe are real? (Or wish they were?) Yes! ….you want to know which? … mermaids/ men, angels, Centaur and definitely a Heffalump.
  6. Which ridiculously popular book did you not enjoy?… All of Dan Brown’s books.

Do You Prefer / Which Would You Rather questions:

  1. Pen or pencil. No preference.
  2. Wine or beer. Wine and definitely red wine!
  3. Bean bags or straight-back chairs Neither burst a push a beanbag.
  4. A pile of proofreading or a stack of math worksheets. Proofreading everytime.
  5. Monty Python or Three Stooges. Monty Python

Here are your Questions. Enjoy and have fun .

  1. If you only had 24hrs to live what would you do.
  2. If you could have a drink or a meal with anyone, dead or alive, real or fictional who would they be.
  3. Do you like poetry or prose.
  4. What is your favourite meal
  5. Where would you like to live if money was no object.
  6. What was your most interesting job.
  7. What was your most boring job.
  8. Ice-cream or lolly
  9. Cat or Dog.
  10. Soap opera or Drama
  11. Which book has truly influenced you.

Wordless Wednesday: On the mend three ops in one!

Daily Poetry , August. Cinquain.

In July I did a Terza Rima of 31 stanzas along with Jane Dougherty and Kat Myrman. It’s the 1st August and so I thought I would try out some different types of poetry this month. I am starting with a Cinquain.

Check out what Jane and Kat are doing this month.

Kat is doing this :August Stanza a Day Challenge: A short 3,4, or 5 line poem no syllable counts of rhymes, starting with the word ‘August’ on the first day. The last word of the poem will be the first word of day two’s poem, and so on until the end of the month

Jane is doing : a chain of images each one suggested by the last word in the preceding poem. They’ll be short, a single image of just a few lines. It will be interesting to see where it ends up by the end of the month.

I shall be doing all types of poetry but each poem will start with the last word in the preceding poem.

Image from Pixabay

Gladiator

Strong focused

Fighting, striving, living

He needs to win

Hero.

One-Liner Wednesday.1st August.

“Never go to sleep on an argument ……. the are bloody uncomfortable! “

Annonimous.

Alternatively: an Alternative Dictionary entry:

Annonimous. = A nameless mouse.

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