via Thursday Photo Prompt: Messenger #writephoto
Yet another attempt at a Photo Prompt which was posted by Sue Vincent. This article will give a little insight in the mythological and cultural significance of a crow.
That’s a very good story. Something that I have gone through.
This is part of a 3 word challenge that I like to do, it warms me up so I can get on with my writing of Book 3 (I will give it a title soon). Occasionally I do one that I like, those are the ones I will share with you.
Would you like to have a go? Use these 3 words and link it to my page, have fun.
The 3 words for this are adventure, love, hope.
A New Life.
She sat alone in her room, she wasn’t sad, she’d already been through that emotion, no, now she saw this as the next phase of her life. She had thought that she loved Cam but it turned out that he hadn’t felt the same about her and he left for a waitress at the local bistro. She was okay about that, she thought that now she was alone…
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“If I die in war zone
Box me up and send me home
Put my medals on my chest
Tell my mum I did my best”Read More »
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But what if you are watering a dead plant? Or killing the plant with excess of water? When and how do you know that what you are doing is enough? Not less not more. Just enough.Where you do draw a line?
It’s raining! Plitter-platter plitter-platter…oh the sound!
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