There are messages everywhere. Some you see, some you don’t. Some are big, some are small. Some to make you think, some to make you smile. Some are subtle, some are on a wall. There are messages everywhere.
Let’s be positive
Something to ponder
The kids are in the back seat
Well played Grafton Council
Spelling helps (words in black added by my bestie and me)
From a time past back there a reminder a simpler life magic is real
To now where evolution has changed habits normally slow walk many dangers dogs cars people.
But now we are asked to watch out Koala evolution run amuck So now when in the bush watch out yes a WARNING for
Koalas on bicycles
There will be a lot of you wondering about the blue Koala statue. That is “Bunyip Bluegum the koala, his friends, and Albert, ‘a quarrelsome, endlessly renewable pudding, who can turn himself into any type of pudding your tastebuds desire.
First published in 1918, The Magic Pudding has never been out of print. The story has been translated into several different languages and adapted for puppet theatre, an audio book and animated film.
Norman Lindsay allegedly wrote The Magic Pudding to settle an argument with a friend who thought that children only liked to read about fairies. Lindsay was convinced they preferred to read about food.” * new south wales govt archive
Week 1 – Lucky Dip (same name, new format). For this challenge, I will be using “Rory’s Story Cubes” to generate 9 random “ideas” for inclusion in your response. I use story cubes with my students at school and just like the lucky dips from our childhood, you never know what you’re going to get! You need to use a minimum of 5 cubes, or for an extra challenge, try and use all 9. The cubes can be interpreted any way you like and for your response it is your choice to use poetry or prose.
The afternoon storm struck at four the book I was reading fell to the floor. The double helix will have to wait I grabbed my stick and out the gate to see the rainbow in the sky but look a plane up there on high probably delivering medicines to those in need made from flowers, or even a weed
See you never know what you are going to get. This was just written without any editing or re-wording
I intended to do a selection of YOUR favourite photos over the year. Graham from Hawaii had a great idea so I am going to steal his idea for my 2022 wrap up. Grab a photo from a post and add the post link in case you would like to see more of what is in that post.
It appears my home page and my photo challenge, Last on the Card, are the two most popular pages on my blog every month. So I have selected the most popular post for the month. Let me know if your favourite photo appears.
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