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Letters to the Universe: Saturday Edition

Dear Six Word Saturday,
I must apologise for going well over the six words this week. Time has, unfortunately, had me elsewhere so I’m having to combine a couple of posts plus I’m still running late. So, for one week only (hopefully) Letters to the Universe is appearing on Saturday, in the Six Word Saturday slot. It gets very confusing.

Dear Blogland,
You may or may not have noticed that I haven’t posted for a couple of days. If you had, you’ve done much better than moi, as I’d ran out of scheduled posts due to time wrapping itself around me, and warping me into a completely unrecognisable state. It’s terrible when that happens. Still, I’m here now, with a rushed hybrid post.

Dear Blogland,
I refer you to my previous letter, with regards to visiting. I will be back on track soon. I promise. I hope.

Dear The Word Rawky,
You seem to be getting more of a name for yourself of late, with all the foggy, cold and damp weather we’ve been experiencing lately. It’s a pity that you aren’t heard in use very often… unless you are and I just haven’t heard you. Mind you, with me not watching the news, I also don’t get to see the weather forecasts either, so that is very possible.

Dear Juke,
Very nice to meet you, and I think you will fill a cat-shaped hole very nicely.

Dear Time,
Could you please please please slow down just a little bit? No sooner do I start something then I have to move onto something else. I know it’s good to keep busy, but this is just a tad ridiculous! Could you, I don’t know, add an extra hour here and there… or an extra day in the middle of Saturday and Sunday? Yes. The extra day there would be lovely, thank you.

Dear People Who Have Got Their Christmas Decorations Up Already,
Do you not think time is racing away as it is, without you starting Christmas in November? I know I add a few Christmassy bits and bobs on the First of December, but that is STILL in December. For now, though, you look very nice, even though you are early… and hopefully, you will remain that way by Christmas.

Dear Venus And Jupiter,
I’m sorry I have missed you this year. As usual, I have been looking the other way, and apparently you have been rising together, providing a spectacular sight in the morning sky. I must do more to be able to see you.

Dear Letters To The Universe,
I will do my very best to make sure you are posted on Friday next week.

And Finally, Dear Mornings,
As well as missing Venus and Jupiter, I also seem to be missing my first alarm of late. As I need to be up by 5:15 , hearing that first alarm is crucial. And with time behaving as it is, I can’t have another morning like the other day when I woke at 6:55. Luckily, I wasn’t late, but it was the rushiest rush ever! And yes, I know rushiest isn’t a word, but it should be!

Thank you for reading,

P.S. I mentioned Juke the Cat earlier, so thought I’d end this post with a little photo of him…

…well, he is just so deliciously cute I simply had to share!


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Busy

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.


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Wish

Today’s theme for Debbie’s One Word Sunday is ‘Wish’, and I wish I had something in any of my photos to represent a wish, but alas, I do not.

I do, however, have these photos of a Harlequin Ladybird, and some folk believe having a ladybird – any ladybird – land on your hand allows you to make a wish that will come true. Now, obviously, ladybirds aren’t necessary in the making or granting of wishes, but they are in some aspects of folklore, and are a necessity for this post!

Debbie’s site will have more links with interpretations on this week’s ‘Wish’ theme.