One-Liner Wednesday.

This is part of Linda G. Hills One-Liner Wednesday.

One-Liner Wednesday. Impressions.

“A thousand words will not leave so deep an impression as one deed.”

Henrik Ibsen.

part of LindaGHill’s One-Liner Wednesday.

One-Liner Wednesday. 30th March 2021.

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

Wordless Wednesday.

One-Liner Wednesday. Truth.

“Telling the truth can be very painful but it is far less painful than being found out in a lie.”

Quote from willow willers.©

Part of LindaGHill’s One-Liner Wednesday.

One-Liner Wednesday. & Just Jot it January 6th: Icy Fingers.

She could feel her icy fingers begin to thaw on the warm sand…..the transformation might be very pleasant.

Part of LindaGHill’s One-Liner Wednesday and Just Jot it January

One-Liner Wednesday. Christmas.

Image from Pixabay.

Love and kindness is for every day , not just for Christmas.

© willowdot21.

Part of LindaGHill’s One-Liner Wednesday.

One-Liner Wednesday, May 20th, 2020

If you came here by car, you should not be here.

I saw this sign on a park gate yesterday. It was from before the slight relaxing of the lockdown rules but I had to agree.

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

Badge by Laura

No, It’s Not About Me… Or You… (That’s why it’s called Fiction)

The truth about Ritu versus Ashi.

Read at Source.

Mary and Jo Day 4

To day is the fourth day of Advent, leading up to Christmas. I would like to re-run my take on the Nativity story. I first wrote this in 2011, in the style of prosetry.

Many people talk about her, many people laughed, many people said she if thinks we believe this, she is just daft!
Her parents at first not sure that their daughter spoke the truth were most relieved when Jo turned up . Even with his odd story , he was a likeable youth.
After all the upset the tantrums and the tears everyone settled down and they all discussed their fears. The Little town of Nazareth was rife with gossips and with snipes none of them could swallow talk of angels and a virgin’s sinless life.
Time went on and Jo and Mares set up their home. Jo was a carpenter so he had loads of work Mares was a strong and gamely lass who had no mind to shirk. Eventually their friends came around to their way of thinking and accepted that the child was special , angels had visited and the couple had not just been drinking.
The months went by as they do Mares and Jo’s relationship blossomed as Mares grew. The child inside her womb was active but in no hurry to arrive, yet that would be soon. Then the letter came telling Jo he had to return to Bethlehem to pay some taxes and fill in the census no if’s or buts he had to go. When he told Mares she said, this is all we need but never mind we have the trusty steed.

Their motor scooter was their trusty steed neither build for comfort or for speed! Mares parents were worried they feared for their daughter and the babe but the letter meant they had to hurry. Mares asked Jo to sort their hotels which he did, but too well!They packed the things that they needed and with all family and friends well wishes heeded. They scooted off into the unknown followed by waves and kisses blown.

Image from Pixabay

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