One Liner Wednesday. 9/10/19

You know you are getting old when your bones are more accurate than the the weather men or women

I don’t know who said it but it is definitely true!

This is part of Lindaghill’s One-Liner Wednesday.

#1lineWeds.

Wordless Wednesday : Oxford.

Wordless Wednesday. Plate Art.

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The Friday Reminder and Prompt for #SoCS Sept. 7/19

Lindaghill said : “Your Friday prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is “weigh/way/whey.” Use one, use ’em all, bonus points if you do that last thing. Enjoy!” Say Cheese!
Image below from Pixabay

Way too difficult

To weigh separated curds

And the liquid whey.

One-Liner Wednesday 21 August 2019.

It was Pilates this morning only the second lesson I have managed since the sepsis. Discussing how I was feeling, I mentioned my arm, back and foot as problem areas.

Teacher: which is worse?

Me : well me foot is a pain in the neck!

Teacher: your right! what have I been telling you for months it all connected.

This is part of Lindaghill’s One-Liner Wednesday.

One-Liner Wednesday True

We were out walking Ruby last week and we met another dog walker. He had a lovely spaniel. He was telling us this was really his wife’s dog.

Dog walker: “She insisted on another dog, I really did want another, but a new dog is cheaper than a divorce!”

This is part of Lindaghill’s #1lineWeds.

One-Liner Wednesday : Alternative Dictionary.

Here is one for the Alternative Dictionary. A bit of a stretch but if said out loud it works. Also rather topical this week, 50 years after the first men stepped on the moon.

Pilates : Tablet form posh coffee for astronauts.

This is part of Lindaghill’s #1lineWeds.

Ruby’s Washing Machine.

Ruby sleeping happily

She has a pressie from us you see.

It’s a new washing machine

Too keep her towels and blankets clean.

A funny gift for a beloved dog?

Strange subject for my blog?

I can’t put her things in our machine

Our clothes would no longer be clean.

They would all be covered by blond hair

On my best dress, no that’s not fair.

Her old machine finally broke

So she has a new one, bespoke.

So now Ruby will smell rosey

And sleep on clean bed, with blankets and towels clean and cosy.

We have always had a separate washing machine for Ruby as she moults so much our machine in the kitchen would not last long.

Last week the old machine we keep in the garage for her stuff gave up the ghost. Now Ruby has a newer washing machine than us? How does that work. 💜 Greater love .

Thursday photo prompt: Open #writephoto

For visually challenged writers, the monochrome image shows an empty corridor with several doors opening in a line, one after the other.

Monochrome

The early morning light crept along the corridor of the sleeping house. Trying hard not cause any disturbance, unfortunately not trying hard enough. Missing it’s footing the light stubbed it’s toe on the doorframe. Letting out a loud screech that would have woken the dead had it not been for the loud crash of the dawn breaking over the horizon.

Tiny jumping dust motes and mites bounced up and down rejoicing in another day. The light carried on along the corridor and through the doors entering each room gingerly.

The dark was cleaning it’s teeth in the bathroom as the light crept across the threshold. They nodded politely to each other as dark clocked out and light clocked in.

Just another day light thought to itself as it limped on.

This little piece of silliness was written for Sue Vincent’s #writephoto.

Twittering Tales #143 – 25 June 2019

Twittering Tales #143 – 25 June 2019

Photo by sasint at pixabay.com

Eating Disorders.
Okay, so what is the count now. Seven knives, twelve spoons, six forks and half a box of tissues. Good grief is this a joke. What did you say this guy presented with!
All I can say is it’s a miracle he’s alive. Hang on what on earth have we here?I don’t believe this!It is a……
(280 Characters)This is part of Kat Myrman’s Twittering Tales.

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