Making hay while the sun still shines!
this picture reminds me of my days back home while i was a little boy... a very fun thing to remember... thanks Miss Tess!have fun everyone! and great week ahead!.JJRod'z
Happy writing, friends!
Tahnks Tess. This Benton artist was quite prolific...lots of murals. All I could think about was the poor horse!!
Ah, a Missourian - Benton. Thanks Tess
I can't help but feel sorry for that horse! :)
A dream of fields...
Lovely photo. Thanks for the prompt, Tess!
seo sydneyA great mural that will make you think of that we are more blessed than others. Some work a little harder than us just to make a living. Thanks for this post.
A humbling pic!
Sorry Tess, another silly fairy tale. It's summer, after all.
This was one of my favorites as I love the subject and the artist. Thanks, Tess. I will swing by later to read the others... a busy Sunday today. :)
His art is really good, thanks Tess.
not my best freewrite (i tend to give myself 5 minutes to spill forth for magpie) but it's up and that's all that matters haha
It was a pleasure to go back to Newton County. Funny how all roads lead back to rural Missouri.
Here I am! So glad to be here, writing a pantoum today. I look forward to reading, commenting and being read and commented. Great image... deep, contented, Sunday morning sigh....
what a glorious image.
Thanks for the lovely prompt..
Thank you Tess for stirring some memories.
thanks for another great picture Tess..x
My mind drifted way back to summers on my grandparents' farm ... thank you for the prompt. I messed up the first one, would you please fix??
Mine is up.
I love all the echoing round slopes in this image...so pastoral and beautiful! Thank you Tess...smiles to everyone!!
It started out just like the picture, but then it wandered off. What could I do but follow it to see where it would end up?
Thanks for the fun Tess...Wander
I needed a tissue while I was writing mine!
running behind this week, but i am in...
caught up through 48...if i did not visit, it is probably because you dont return comment, but if you stop in...i will gladly be over...
Whew- was not at all sure this one was forthcoming- Sorry to be late.
Loved the picture this week. Reminded me of my New England !!!
Tess, what a delightful (inspiring) surprise to bring summer right before our eyes...in such vivid color....! Thank you!
I like this one.=)
Joining with a differnt pic,if that is acceptable- but with a summer tone and dream... Thanks for the propmt and challenge!D.
What an innocent looking picture.Thank you. Thank you very much. Move along now. Nothing to see here.
Hey, one and all! Nice to see you again. I'm back in orbit, and my post is up. Ahhh, it felt good to write the prompt...
Hello! I've posted mine, and I'll return after dinner to read some of those posted. Thanks for a fun prompt.~Misky
that is a gorgeous painting... & a great prompt, thanks
Could that be the last pitchfork of hay that breaks the horse's back?
Your picture prompt prompted me to see more of his gorgeous paintings.
My first Magpie in a while. I was captivated by that rural scene.
Hi Tess- I really liked this prompt - I like Benton - but I've been so busy though I scribbled the poem was not able to work on it till today. Thanks much. Better late than never. Will check on your and others. k.
Ohhhh, how beautiful and inviting this looks - especially on this wintry Melbourne morning. then I thought of the back-breaking, relentlessly hard work of the farmers of old...
i'mhooked up now
New here and loving it.Thanks for the opportunity.Some beautiful writing.
Thanks..please read my short poem "This Peace of Land"