Happy writing my friends...
Brr. I'm tired of cold!
Another lovely picture Tess. Once again the linky won't click for me. Mine's herehttp://planetcyberluz.com/2014/01/26/snow-fall/
Surely you didn't expect us to leave that window empty.
Thanks Tess! Wish we had some of this snow!
Back to rhyming. The world makes sense again.
Love this painting!http://purplepeninportland.wordpress.com/2014/01/27/down-at-the-mill/
Thank you. I love Wyeth. His images prompt so much from and for me.
I have posted a poem on my blog but can't see my name on the list above. I hope it's not a cooky thing, I am not good at those :-)
Hello Tess! I just had to warm up your photo today! It's a lovely painting of his though!
What a great Wyeth...thanks...
A fairly quick 'tale this week - kinda simple and sweet - just like me! *ahem*
Well, hello one and all. I have been beyond the pale for quite some time, but could not resist the promise of firelight I saw over here...I humbly present to you my offering for this week's Magpie. It is up over at Irish Gumbo.
I'm ready for spring to return to many areas of my life. Thanks, Tess.
What would winter be without Andrew Wyeth? Thanks for the inspiration, Tess. :)
yes! Thanks for the inspiration Tess!
ANother beautiful prompt! linked my take on it- http://www.numerounity.com/2014/01/the-snow-outside-my-window-sill.htmlThanks you team! :)
Takes me back, Tess. I could do with a small amount of snow right now :)
The prompt seems quite appropriate for this crazy winter!=)
Hi! I'm late but joining the party anyway.
Coming in a bit late, but I'm here! As always Tess, thanks for the inspiration!!
Am unsure why or how a second poem by me got posted above. Please delete or ignore #43 above as it has nothing to do with the prompt and somehow got posted in error. #42, Winter Blues, is the correct post. Sorry for the error.
Here's to hoping there's no more black and white images!