The grainy grey in a shady January sky
Is fair game if not taken lightly
‘Though sane folk would figure out a list
Full of gravity and superstition
If they followed the gloomy train of thought.
Me? I’d rather have chicken soup and spot the silver lining.
Debbie’s theme for One Word Sunday this week is ‘Cheerful’, and I’ve scoured my vast collection of photos to see if I have anything at all cheerful. I have many that cheer me up, hence they are ‘full of cheer’, so I have included a selection of them here. They have been on the blog before, but I do enjoy seeing them.
The first photo I like because it is full of colour. The image has been ‘tweaked’ somewhat, but a burst of colour is always cheerful, I find:
Photo number two is of my old friend Tufty the Duck! He’s deep in thought here, on a bright and cheerful day:
And the third photo is of a nice shaded place on a scorching hot day. As in the previous photo, sunshine always brings in cheer… but on those overly hot days shade helps to keep those cheerful levels up.
Visit Debbie’s site for more takes on the theme.
This year, I’m blogging slightly differently.
I’m not posting every single day.
Although some days I’ll post twice.
Or thrice – or even four times!
As and when is always best.
But still as often as possible!
See me when you see me…
And I will see you too!
The times – they are a changin’
But remember… change is always good.
An explanatory Six Word Saturday post.
The feeling of fullness from the fabulous feast has finally started to fade
No longer thinner due to binge eating (no sin) that I can’t deny
But my days of being a slick spy’s sidekick evaporated long before
Like watching a sprinkling of snowflakes melt away to water
Forlornly but no more
The final whistle, though, hasn’t blown
There’s still life
There’s still dreams
And there’s still many a feast to be had