Monday, April 18, 2011

Mag 62


53 comments:

  1. Heya! I came here rather early didn't I? Well, my submission is in that name there. I hope you liked it!

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  2. What a nice breakfast to wake up too. Was this served at the manor?

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  3. Beautiful eggs, Tess. The yolks are a bit hard for me, but there is no brown frizzle at all (which I hate)

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  4. Aah, eggs and Spring and weddings and...

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  5. Thank you for posting eggs this week...........
    egglicious eggs.. I mean hugs!!

    xox

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  6. Elaine, yes, breakfies at the manor, on my favorite Blue Willow.

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  7. EGGsplosion of colour for me... LOL

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  8. How did you know I feel like eggs today? I did a art photograph with "egg on the moon" and this is so "ooooooowww" connnected this full moon psi time! Cool huh? I will post again with the egg moon! :)

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  9. Perfectly fried eggs! They put mine to shame . . .

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  10. What a wonderfully inspired Monday morning! Thanks Tess.

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  11. Your photo caused me to long for the old fashioned kind of breakfast ....

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  12. More than the food pornography, I zeroed in on the thunder storm and spring bursting and bouncing its way into your world.

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  13. Lovely prompt, Tess, I love Willow Pattern.

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  14. A very appetizing picture and very tempting prompt...as always...thanks. Vb

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  15. Let my shrink figure it out, but this one was an immediate word association test. Eggs = gypsies.

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  16. sorry, I had absolutely no idea what to do with this one. it's not the prompt, it's my tired imagination.

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  17. Thanks for everything, again. Mine's up!

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  18. Nothing edible here. It was a metaphor for me :-)

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  19. My first thought was mmmm! breakfast! and then I realised I've written quite a lot already about breakfast (one of my favourite times of day)... this short story popped up. I don't know where from.

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  20. second helpings - I hope you don't mind

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  21. I really thought this would be tough, but the picture looked pretty fun. And I like what happened.

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  22. This was a very fun one to tackle..thanks...

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  23. Ah...great picture. This one made me wax philosophical. ☼

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  24. Didn't think I could come up with anything - Eggs!? I can't do it Mom ---Oh, OK ---.
    I'm anxious to read what others have done. This is fun!

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  25. Great picture! My eggs are NEVER that pretty!

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  26. Willow it is so great to come to your blog and never know where one will end up. LOL Go girl. I am waiting for your book.
    QMM

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  27. Greetings from Southern California

    I am your newest follower. I invite you to visit my blog and become a follower.

    God bless you and have a nice Easter :-)

    ~Ron

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  28. I have a idea to go a totally different direction...

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  29. This is a hard one! :) Thanks for the challenge!

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  30. went a different way with this. I enjoyed it very much. :)

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  31. I found this hard too! Inspiration finally came - but not as poetry.

    Thanks Tess.

    Anna :o]

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  32. Like many above, the piece I have written is a metaphor inspired by the colours, and by the separation of a single piece from the whole. You'll see ;)

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  33. I am feeling this photograph.

    Thanks for the prompt, Tess.

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  34. Breakfast is ready! Good prompt Tess.

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  35. Late as is my wont, but mine will be up first thing tomorrow morning. (Thursday)

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  36. I have just linked to my Magpie a second time, since I finally get it that I should have linked directly to the Magpie post, not the general blog where the Magpie gets pushed further and further down the list as new posts are added. Duh--- Sorry for the confusion.

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  37. This was a challenge.... maybe because it made me hungry first!

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  38. Tess,

    Spring mood. My pulse almost stuck in winter still!

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  39. Number 88 this week - it's been a busy week. 'Mission On' is up.

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  40. Ok, now I'm thinking breakfast and it's nearly 11PM

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  41. Happy Easter! Great prompt. I wrote about Virginia Min, again!

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  42. Looks like someone had a sneaky lick at this breakfast before it was photographed.

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  43. First time I have had a play with your prompt. With mixed results.

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