Wet and Aggressive Corella challenges Magpie

Wet and Aggressive Corella challenges Magpie

Wednesday, 5 February 2020

Where are the Words For Wednesday





Huge thanks to  Mark Koopmans for last month's challenging prompts


February 2020:  River is providing the prompts on her blog.  She schedules her posts so the first selection will be up already.
March 2020:  Mark Koopmans again.  Here again.
April 2020:  I will be providing the prompts here.
May 2020:  Lee will provide the prompts on her blog.
June 2020:  Messymimi will provide the prompts on her blog
July 2020:  Cindi will be providing the prompts on her blog again.
August 2020:  Lissa will be providing the prompts on her blog.
September 2020:  River will be providing the prompts again
October 2020:  Messymimi again.
November 2020:  Margaret Adamson and her friends will be providing the prompts, but they will appear here.
December 2020:  Me again.

46 comments:

  1. Hi EC - you've got wonderful participants here ... and Mark's words really stretched us.

    I just hope that those fires ease up for Australia and for you in the Canberra area ... take care and with thoughts - Hilary

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    1. Hilary Melton-Butcher: I am so very grateful that so many people provide prompts to stretch us.,
      The fires are still burning. Still out of control. I am pinning my hopes on some forecast rain. I do hope it arrives, and arrives in sufficient quantity to make a difference.

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    2. I too do hope it rains a lot and that the fires can be got under control. It's is just so sad to see what's happening ... with thoughts - Hilary

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    3. Hilary Melton-Butcher: Fingers and toes are tightly crosssed. The phrase this is the new normal has been tossed around. I hope not. I really, really hope not.

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  2. Can't wait to see Mark's next batch of words.

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    1. Alex J. Cavanaugh: Neither can I. I have them, but don't look at the prompts until I prepare the posts. And, where Mark's prompts are concerned, I frequently wince. And whinge. And get to work.

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    2. Haha!! I can't wait to see my next batch of words either! I'm like you, Sue. I haven't looked at them since the night I sent them all to you...

      But, it's break time for me, so off to the River I run:)

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  3. Great to see so many wonderful people continuing this great challenge!

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    1. Laurie: It is. I am so grateful to all of them.

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    1. Teresa Isabel Silva: Welcome. It is a great challenge and I hope you will join us.

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  5. I will swing over to River's side and see what I can come up with.

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    1. David M. Gascoigne: I look forward to seeing what your fertile mind comes up with.

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  6. My words are over at River's (and thanks River, for picking up the gauntlet, too :)

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    1. Mark Koopmans: I loved what you did with River's prompts.

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    2. Thank you! River has some good words there :)

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  7. Just thought I'd stop by.

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    1. Cloudia: I feel a little like a smoked kipper but I am fine.

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  9. My story will be up on Friday as always. I'll have to get busy thinking pretty soon.

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    1. River: I expected nothing less and am looking forward to it.

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  10. Non partecipo (non sono bravo) ma seguo sempre i tuoi post.
    Serena giornata a te.

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    1. Giancarlo: Thank you. You are always welcome (and I strongly suspect you are better than you believe).

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  11. Always a challenge, these words. I'll have to see what everyone has in store for us this year.

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    1. cleemckenzie: They are a challenge. A challenge which frequently hurts my brain. And brings me back for more.

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  12. There are so many fun stories at Mark's lair. Will have to give it some thought.

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    1. Susan Kane: I am blown away by the stories each and every week. I do hope you can join us again.

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  13. Saw 'hocus-pocus', on R's blog, haven't seen that word for a very long time.

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    1. Margaret-whiteangel: Neither have I. It was like meeting an old friend.

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  14. Always enjoy reading the stories created from the words. Lot of variety. :)

    Hoping you are getting some rains and the fires are going out.
    ~Jess

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    1. DMS ~Jess: I am blown away by the variety of creations each and every week.
      We are getting a tiny dribble of rain today and hoping for more.

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  15. Sorry I’m late in getting back to you, usual hospital visits, and thanks as ever for your support. Thin Time didn’t do as well as I’d hoped because I didn’t use a subtitle on the cover that would have helped people understand the meaning... (sigh)

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    1. lostinimaginaryworlds: I am sorry that Thin Time didn't take off. So very sorry.

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    1. natalia20041989: It is. I hope you join us some week.

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  17. Wishing you rain. Buckets and buckets of rain.
    Hugs

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    1. Sandra Cox: Thank you. That would be lovely. Sadly despite lots of predicted rain so far we are only getting dribbles. Small dribbles.

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