the end

Would have liked to have made it to the six-month anniversary on the first of October, but I just can’t. Thanks to everyone that’s chatted with me on the 444 (well, 445 when I press the Publish button) posts I’ve made since the first of April 2017. Have a great life. Bye.

the end


Sunshine Blogger Award

Sunshine Blogger AwardThank you Peela of C White Web for giving me this award.

If you haven’t checked out her blog and you like good, positive words then click on the link above. She’s an avid writer, a lover of family and a devout Christian – in short: simply irresistible!

1.) Thank the person who nominated you in a blog post and link back to their blog.
2.) Answer the 11 questions sent by the person who nominated you.
3.) Nominate 11 new blogs to receive the award and write them 11 new questions.
4.) List the rules and display the Sunshine Blogger Award logo in your post and/or on your blog.

Here are the questions Peela asked me, and my answers:

  1. If you could be a fruit or vegetable, what would you be?
    a chocolate bun. i like chocolate.
  2. What’s your favourite day of the week and why?
    sunday. rest.
  3. If you could be a character of a book or a movie, who would you choose to be and why?
    me in a movie about me.
  4. One talent you would love to have?
  5. The greatest thing you feel happened to humanity?
  6. If you could lose one of your five senses for a day, which sense would you want to be without?
    no, not going to go there.
  7. Money or love? Why?
    love. can’t think of a reason that’s not been said before.
  8. City life or farm life?
  9. If you could be an animal for a week, which animal would you want to be?
    i wouldn’t.
  10. If you get a chance to watch any war that happened in the past life, which war would you choose and why?
    i wouldn’t.
  11. Boat or plane? And why?
    i’d rather be a plane. planes can fly.

Here are my nominations to receive the Sunshine Blogger Award:

  • no-one

My questions to you:

  1. nothing

Life and Compost

Perhaps the contents of seed pot – liberated from M&S in a daring (shopping) raid, feel jealous of the apples preening themselves just over the wooden fence – in the dip – in the bowl of the plaited landscape of the tabletop. And maybe the apples are uneasy on seeing this slight vision of their tomorrow. But comes the consoling mouth. All are equal at the end of the incline.

Banal Observations

Through the glass, past the juicy bits, the face of Alan Bennett with his green scarf and constipation (or perhaps it’s the discomfort of perching on the lattice of the garden furniture that never made it outside). Soon, all this will be gone. The glass will wash first, the book will be read second and (lastly) the table will go the way of all things.

Can’t Share my Dream with You

Just had a flashback of a dream I had this morning. Can’t share it with you. Too rude. With a capital R. You’ll just have to imagine.

It was so entertaining that I switched the alarm off, put my head back in the same position on the pillow and went back to sleep for another three quarters of an hour. Almost got back into the dream. It was like I was walking around outside – peering through the window at the scenes. Strange sensation.

Have you ever gotten back into a dream successfully?