No So Much Woe Is Me.

Sunday I had a real moan about my foot, my back, my teeth and to cap it all my mobile phone fell down the toilet!

I was upset, as you will know if you read OH! Woe is Me. Well I did go on a bit but I had had a bummer of a weekend.

I am a tough cookie though and I always try to bounce back. Now my left foot and ankle is still swollen.

My back is still aching and I still have toothache but I have a new phone.

Hubby took pity on me. He not only ordered me a new phone he got me the latest model .

So though I may be hobbling and suffering from toothache I am still up and doing .

It is really an eye opener when you realise how much you depend on your phone. I can’t tell you how pleased I am to be back in touch with the world.

So thank you all so much for all your sympathy and helpful suggestions about fixes for the ill-fated phone, which is buried in rice and hiding in the airing cupboard possibly recovering. ( No sign of improvement yet, like my foot)

And again šŸ˜ thanks to hubby. Love to you all.

COLLEENā€™S 2019 WEEKLY #TANKA TUESDAY #POETRY CHALLENGE NO. 135 #SYNONYMSONLY. Pretty & Ugly

ThisĀ  week Colleen suggestsĀ  we play oppositesĀ  for herĀ  Weekly Poetry Challenge . TheĀ  wordsĀ  she has given usĀ  are Pretty and Ugly. GreatĀ  wordsĀ  butĀ  we can notĀ  useĀ  them, noĀ  we must useĀ  themĀ  as synonyms only.

ThisĀ  part of Colleens Weekly Tanka Tuesday Poetry.

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Skin Deep

Such

Beauty

So comely

As too beguile

The eye andĀ  the heart

Of every man she meets

Truth will out there is no doubt

Her loveliness is but skin deep

The evil inside wouldĀ  makeĀ  you weep

Her goodlinessĀ  wasĀ  no moreĀ  than skin deep

 

 

Twittering Tales #144 ā€“ 9 July 2019

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The Top Set.

We end up in the kitchen, we always did. The magnificent seven they called us, sorting out the ills of the world. Back then we were going to change the world. Everyone thought we had it made.Look at us now we couldn’t even change alight bulb! Where did all the fight go.
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ThisĀ  isĀ  pat ofĀ  Kat Myrman’s Twittering Tales.

 

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