Debbie’s One Word Sunday theme this week is ‘Busy’, and I remember taking a photo from the rooftop of a multi-storey car park, looking down onto a busy town centre street… but I couldn’t find the bloomin’ thing! So, instead, I have opted  to use a busy image instead… busy in detail and busy in thought, especially the work involved in taming the lawn afterwards!

Visit Debbie’s site Travel With Intent for more interpretations of the theme.


Posted by Tom Merriman

A future writer living in the present day

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  1. Don’t you just hate it when you know you have something and can’t find it?

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    1. I do, Beverly… and it is something that happens most frequently! 😀

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  2. Good job, Tom. Perfect image for busyness. Busyness is a strange word, but I checked to be sure I spelled it correctly.

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  3. I know the feeling well Tom, so I keep my pictures organised in month and year order! 🙂

    I haven’t taken shots of anyone for some time and now my camera has issues so I need to replace it.

    Maybe once the Universal Credit nightmare is settled I’ll be able to save for one.

    The only good news is that my habit of saving has come in useful, but I’m scared to death something is going to go wrong!!! 😦

    Apparently it will take a MINIMUM of six weeks before I get paid, so I have to pay for rent, utilities and food from my savings.

    My neighbours Jed and Hazel are blowing their cash on drugs and Hazel keeps knocking at my door begging for tea bags, milk and money, so when UC arrives they are going to be homeless… 😦

    God Bless!

    Prenin.

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  4. Love the different grassy details..😺💕🌱🌾🌿

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  5. Lovely shots Tom. Great detail and they are just right in black & white.

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