wordle 131 ~ a baker’s dozen

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Dear Wordlers,

This week’s words come from Beauty Supply, by Lee Ann Brown. Enjoy them, work them, let them lead you somewhere. “Balance” is the word I added to make a baker’s dozen.

See you soon,

Brenda

Oops! I scheduled this for October 29, instead of October 20. Sorry Wordlers! This is posting more than a few hours late.

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14 comments on “wordle 131 ~ a baker’s dozen

  1. I looked at two words: Amalgam and mouth – and new I had to write a paean to my new upper plate, LOL. Pearl, I feel your pain. I was without Internet for several days. This, along with depression and the whole recovery period, robbed me of my Whirls, my Toads, and other pleasures for weeks. Glad to be back, and thanks, Brenda! Amy

  2. 1sojournal says:

    Very late for me, but better than not at all…hope everyone enjoyed their Sunday.

    Elizabeth
    http://soulsmusic.wordpress.com/2013/10/20/balance-point/

  3. Tough ones. It will be interesting to see what people do with them.

  4. daphnepurpus says:

    I found these words quite challenging! Thanks!

  5. Sabra Bowers says:

    It is starting to be funny that I make an error in everything I post today…especailly comments. Think I need a break. 🙂

  6. cool ‘soup’ of words….thank you so mach for the inspiration, Brenda! Happy Sunday, friends!

  7. julespaige says:

    Thanks for such delicious words. They really do help write the story. 🙂

    Brenda can you please change the link in the side to:
    http://julesstorypageswhirl.wordpress.com/

    As that is now where the Wordle Story verse can be found.
    The story is link is up in Mr. Linky. I know if I put two links in one comment it will delay posting.

    If I ever end up not writing a story verse I will have that link to my blog which has my longer poetic verse.

    Have a great Sunday all.

    • Hi Jules,
      It’s been so long since I’ve done anything with that list, I can’t figure out how to access the links. I can get to the widget, but don’t know how to open them, and rework them. Sigh. I’ll take a look again later, but am feeling technologically inept, as I’m prone to from time to time. 😉 I am a digital immigrant.
      Brenda

  8. nan says:

    Interesting set of words for sure!

  9. Thanks for a great wordle!

  10. drpkp says:

    Hi all trying to poem and post on iPhone (away visiting relatives) this tiny screen possible , but not pleasant – back home tomorrow with Internet access where I can more easily enjoy reading and commenting HAPPY SUNDAY all 🙂

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