Tag Archives: postaday

Daily prompt: Nah, not in the mood

DAILY PROMPT Blossom All very well for you, is all I have to say – yakking away about blossom while at the other end of the world, any self-respecting blossom is lying doggo while grey skies spit freezing rain and … Continue reading

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Daily prompt: Off topic again

DAILY PROMPT Taper Last night, my daughters staged a coup. As mentioned before, my sister had major abdominal surgery last month. She spent three weeks in hospital and came home last Friday, since when she has been getting weaker rather … Continue reading

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Daily prompt: Hope or naivete?

DAILY PROMPT Distant I liked this song when it first came out. Found it comforting to think that if you step back and put the world in its proper perspective, it has enormous potential for beauty: that the vast majority … Continue reading

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Daily prompt: Nothing to do with buff

DAILY PROMPT Buff End of May – end of autumn, and right on cue the cold wind doth blow, and while we won’t have snow thank goodness (nasty, frozen wet stuff that melts to even nastier, wetter slush), the cold … Continue reading

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Daily prompt: Mostly off topic

DAILY PROMPT Catapult Here’s a little story that has nothing to do with catapults unless you stretch it to cover catapulting the US into Healthcare Norms for Developed Countries in the 21st Century. Australia does have private health cover, but … Continue reading

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Daily prompt: Anchors

DAILY PROMPT Unmoored As I mentioned before, my sister had a major operation last week, and I am now holding firmly to her mooring rope while she floats in a sea of post-operative confusion. All that anaesthetic! It will pass, … Continue reading

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Daily prompt: Farce, thy name is politics

DAILY PROMPT Farce I shouldn’t talk about politics. You know nothing about ours, and while I know slightly more about yours (the UK and America: you are more important than we are so we hear more of your news than … Continue reading

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