wordle 44 ~ a baker’s dozen

Welcome Wordlers,

This week’s words were selected at random from your contributions, then I added one more for a baker’s dozen.  Some of you may recognize your words.  My own muse is wandering….but I’ll try to chase her down, then visit some of your work.

May your own muses whisper wisdom in your ears.

Brenda

 

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39 comments on “wordle 44 ~ a baker’s dozen

  1. Brenda, this baker’s dozen took me to one of the dark places, but I still think it’s something people can handle. About my stay in the BSU (AKA The Ward)… Thanks for an interesting Wordle… as always! Peace to all, be back after my psychiatrist appt. to check out the rest of yours! (Irony abounds…) Peace, Amy
    http://sharplittlepencil.wordpress.com/2012/02/22/the-ward-and-me-sunday-whirl/

  2. Janet says:

    These words worked perfectly with some pictures I took yesterday. Thank-you!

  3. Annette says:

    Its always interesting where the wordle words take me.

  4. Cathy says:

    Done finally, almost gave up on the poem. Just didn’t care for it but adding another line help save it’s life

  5. Any further words to this poem, would have required a novel! Mine is up.

  6. Mr. Walker says:

    Wrote this late last night after a trip to the Monterey Bay Aquarium. I’m posting from Seaside instead of home. And the poem has nothing to do with the aquarium.

    Richard

  7. Tilly Bud says:

    This one more or less wrote itself.

  8. Thanks for these words, Brenda. Loved hearing the story they had in store for me!

  9. tmhHoover says:

    So in an effort to not let the words write themselves I spent the after noon in my garden. Well not really I was on the couch with my dog. It was nice to write about a warm day in the garden because it is now filled with 4 inches of snow. Hope everyone had a nice day.

  10. Pseu says:

    anyone else make this 14 words?

  11. Each week I look forward to what awaits me at The Sunday Whirl. This week’s words really hit home.

  12. brenda w says:

    I spent my morning rearranging words into several different pieces, and finally came up with a contribution. Jules, I’m sorry you are having problems. I’ll take a look at what’s going on with your links..

    • JulesPaige says:

      I left links in the comment area – I didn’t realize that I had to do a Mr. Linky every week. But now that I figured that out. The only thing though is that I’m not sure how to direct folks to Looking for Lois, the prequel … It’s on my blog page… but I’m not sure if you can have two links in Mr. Linky can you?

      I didn’t check to see if the links in my comment worked. I know there is a way to make a tiny URL but I have forgotten how. Are they too long? Maybe they work? I’ll have to go back and see.

      Sometimes when I come to the Whirl I see a place for comments… And other times I don’t. I think after I signed into Mr. Linky and return to the Whirl a different way I can’t see the comments. Is that supposed to happen?

      I guess I’ll have to use Mr. Linky to find others works… as their names in the comments don’t always match the link. I’ll try and visit more – I enjoy seeing the variety. Thanks again!

  13. daphnepurpus says:

    Tricky words–but lots of fun!

  14. anjum wasim dar says:

    Thank You Brenda -just the words I needed to bring poetry back after a health
    scare…Gratitude to The All Powerful….
    http://poeticocean.blogspot.com/2012/02/poem-in-response-to-brendas-wordle-44.html

  15. JulesPaige says:

    Continuing the saga of the Looking for Lois..
    http://julesgemsandstuff.blogspot.com/2012/02/weds-feb-15-2012-httpsundaywhirl.html.

    with: Actions, Attractions and Distractions This week #44
    http://julesgemsandstuff.blogspot.com/2012/02/actions-attractions-and-distractions.html

    I’ve already got an Idea brewing for next week…I just need the wordle!
    Enoy

    • JulesPaige says:

      I didn’t realized that I have to use Mr. Linky every week. While I have the links in the comments (which I hope work) I’ve added #44 Wordle poem to Mr. Linky. Thanks for catching my fumbled pass…Pamela!

  16. margo roby says:

    It is, perhaps, not a good sign that I whipped this one out. I’ll be around to read everyone’s later, once the groceries are shopped for.

  17. b_y says:

    I got a little carried away. There’s another one before the one I linked.

  18. Jennifaye says:

    Thanks for the prompt, Brenda! :)

  19. Marianne says:

    I loved these words, Brenda. They fit together almost effortlessly for me! That’s so rewarding!

    A happy week to all!

  20. I used them all except for “smudgy”, I couldn’t find a home for it. Thanks for the words, Brenda.

    Pamela

  21. annell says:

    Some of the words were more difficult than others. But I liked them anyway.

  22. Happy wordling all. Thanks for the prompt words Brenda.

  23. Traci B says:

    The wordle drew me back; I’m glad life has settled down enough to allow me poeming space again. :)

  24. These wordle words give me a new place to visit or more likely escape each week. Thank you Brenda for the inspiration and the ticket! S.E. and Irene just noticed your posting and didn’t realize we could post that early! Mhhmmm may return now to Sunday sleep-ins! :)

  25. Laurie Kolp says:

    Great group of words, Brenda… thanks.

  26. Irene says:

    Yoohoo, I did a combined prompt response poem. Thanks Brenda!

  27. seingraham says:

    As odd as this is, it fell out on the page whole, as it were … with very little tweaking from me … hence the early posting.

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