wordle 117 Jul14 by bwarren Dear Wordlers, These words came from a conversation between two friends. They allowed me to eavesdrop and select our words. Good luck with them. See you soon, Brenda AdvertisementShare this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
Decided to give the Sunday Whirl a whirl. Thanks for the words.
My first attempt on Wordle..Brenda..incidentally reached here…hope to participate each Sunday..thanks..
Welcome, Ramesh Sood. As they say over at We Write Poems, more participants make a tastier soup. We are glad to have you join us.
My conscience tells me that it is a mistake to leave the wordle words until Monday.
I detect a severe case of idle sickness requiring a strong note to self to get on with it
before taking a rest.
Poils au main
qui ne fait rien.
This translates as hair grows on hands that do nothing
Normal service will be resumed when I get my act together.
We’ll see you when we see you, Viv. Thanks for checking in with us. Quilts and writing must keep those hairy hands at bay for you. 😉
Thanks, Brenda…I went with flash fiction again because I’ve been writing so much poetry.
Hi Brenda really love the Wordle ~ and enjoyed writing simple thoughts.Thank you once again for the highly inspiring opportunity.Regards
Good list, Brenda (even if I “managed to overlook” LAB)
For anyone who’s up for it, Miz Quickly‘s working toward back-in-business.
For the next six weeks or so. Should be fully operational by Monday.
I’ll check out Quickly’s site. Thanks for the tip. I left lab out of my piece, too.
Too many revealing words to not revisit this episode… again.
Happy Summer Sunday ! I had fun with where these words took me! I am looking forward to seeing where everyone went with the words!
I finally finished mine, and I’ll be back to read in a bit. Nice to see you all here this morning.
Brenda–Off to vacation and no internet for a few days. But I’ve jotted down your words for the road, and I’ll see what I can make of them while I’m away. As always, thanks for the prompt. When I get home, I’ll be eager to see what others do with your raw materials.
Happy Sunday all. Thanks for wonderful story words…
Thanks for the words, Brenda.