Monthly Archives: May 2016

Daily prompt: The epitome of stress paralysis

DAILY PROMPT Epitome I have been busy (which is why I haven’t been around). Not busy working, having lots to do and going to bed tired but happy after a productive day. Oh no. I have busy stressing out. At … Continue reading

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Daily prompt: Food for thought

DAILY PROMPT Healthy According to the People Who Know These Things, I would be the unhealthiest person you’ve ever met had you met me – which you haven’t but you get the general drift. It’s about 55 years since I … Continue reading

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Daily prompt: What we came up with

DAILY PROMPT Underestimate Never underestimate the power of prayer – but bear in mind that most formal prayers end with if it be Thy gracious will, indicating that the Almighty retains the power of veto. Never underestimate the power of … Continue reading

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Daily prompt: Don’t worry, it won’t happen overnight

DAILY PROMPT Survival I’m thinking I’m surviving oldish age pretty well at the moment. Certainly I touch wood as I say this (let’s not antagonise the gods) but I’m almost 73 and I’m not gaga yet, which has to be … Continue reading

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Daily post: All mine

DAILY PROMPT Beach         You’d know I’d have to do this, wouldn’t you. https://dailypost.wordpress.com/prompts/beach/

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Daily prompt: Hope vs Determination

DAILY PROMPT Hope There are lots of possibilities for today’s word: Hope springs eternal in the human breast Abandon hope all ye who enter here Wishing and hoping Faith, hope and charity… You get the picture. But I remain Yours … Continue reading

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Daily prompt: Are American politicians fair to their electorates?

DAILY PROMPT Abandoned I came across a little factoid yesterday that perhaps goes some way to explaining why American voters are feeling abandoned by their politicians. Former leader of the Senate Republicans Trent Lott, and former Senate Democrat leader Tom … Continue reading

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