This week’s cue is block
- Six sentences
- No more, no less
- Any genre
- Use the cue
- Come back Thursday and link in
This week’s cue is block
Welcome to 6 sentence stories.
If you’re new here these are the rules:
So somewhere around my birthday I came to my senses and dropped the 30 Day Art Challenge. I realized I was flat out immobilized when I decided to do it and now that I’m up and moving a bit more, it is not the time to be adding things to my schedule (unless they are designed to help with the problem that immobilized me in the first place.) So thankful I have an under developed sense of pride? You betcha!
I put together a collage of things I’m thankful for and I’m glad I did because it made me realize that Joulie is growing on me. It’s been a challenge. She is extremely active and pardon my saying so, she is a huge attention whore! When I put the photos together I realized she was in quite a few.
So from top, left to right:
1&2 Joulie is settling in
3 a client brought me a thank you sunflower
4 Joulie has a few Skipisms….ie she found the loophole around the dog cover for the sofa as she often uses it to cover the dog
5 Joulie is nothing like Skips at the vet. She is calm ,cool and collected.
6. Another Skipism is to perch like Snoopy on his dog house.
7 The garden is growing!
8 It’s nice to see a little white dog on the lawn again…and the next photo as well, which demonstrates how beautiful it is here.
9This is the last of the girls.A decision has been made to let these last ten ladies live out their natural lives then we are closing down the coop. In case you didn’t notice, that’s Daisy Dyllon up in the back!
10 This was my birthday week. The owl came wih several other gifts. She is not a chew toy as are not her cohorts, Lincoln the bear who is about 30yrs old and the squirrel who is over 50yrs old.
And the Six Sentence cue is: suspect
Enjoy the rest of the weekend! I&J
It is all well and good to put up a reminder but who is going to remind me?
It’s time for 6 sentence stories. Here’s the link up:
Weeks ago I said to Josie I would start to put up a reminder for the SSS… WELL, I didn’t. I would like to say I forgot which I kinda did… but I remembered on Wednesday when it just seemed too late and a little foolish to remind the day before…
Cue: Kitchens of the future
My kitchen of the future
would include a life of ease
because of all its useful things
the one it won’t need is me!
I could call out to my robot
” a salad if you please”
Maybe with some Boston lettuce
and a smattering of cheese?
After lunch the android maid
would collect and wash the dishes
while my robot butler stands and waits
to grant my other wishes.
All the silly gadgets
including the kitchen sink
would be at my disposal
should I require a drink.
I’d really need to kick one back
with this futuristic kitchen
because the stinkin’ boredom
of nothing to do but bitchin’ !
I lost my GRAFFITI! This will do until I can retrieve it from the depths of the blue screen!!! It was a train with fabulous tags all over it! I will have to go after it later. Now….sleep…zzzzzzzz
Okay I will admit it….
I am trying to gather too many things into one post.
I just can’t motivate lately and well…. this is the result so….
If you don’t mind humoring me…
SIX SENTENCE STORY CUE OF THE WEEK IS: fire
You can go anywhere in the world
This is a doodle of Petra.
AND NOW: DRUMROLL PLEASE…
One of my friends at the library had some old photos of Skips that she sent to me. I really appreciated them.
None the less this little critter is starting to grow on me.
Joulie had a rough start here with some serious stomach trouble that turns out was related to some other trouble that I wasn’t informed about at the shelter. She has a broken jaw that is still healing (like its only maybe 3 or 4 weeks old). Well luckily we have the best vet in the world and it was discovered what the problem was and Joulie is well on the road to recovery.
I am able to work through my current health issue. soooo appreciative….
Your bud and mine, Lizzi, sent me the coolest little birthday card and paper airplane of good intentions… I would show it to you but I left it at work where I was flying it in my office!
Mr. Wakefield, also your friend and mine, Clark, understands about the wild land we live in out here and what a tasty morsel a little lamby looking dog might be in the night… so he sent Joulie this. It’s an LED collar cover! Before you ask…she doesn’t mind the lights…
I am also grateful for many texts and voice messages this week. These are a few…
It’s silly but I am really grateful for washing machines and driers… yahoo!
I love to watch our garden grow
and lastly I am grateful I was able to see my Mom this week after some length of time.
Have a great week!