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A Week that Passed By – in parts…

For 3WW(Garbage traction imperative)
and Haiku Heights (Crescendo)
Traction of wheels – it

was of course imperative

Garbage all around..
For ABC Wednesday‘s letter X – As I continue on my theme for women authors, X stumped me. I did find a couple of writers on wikipedia but as yet, they are unknown to me and I am not sure I will be reading them anytime soon, so I am using X as it is normally used – for the unknown:)
X – X for me is for all those anonymous women writers whose
writings I read and enjoyed         

Coming soon…..to the blog right here:)
For dVerse Listen to This: Anaphora

Can I, mommy, can I have this treat?

No, dear, not now, maybe later, my
sweet

Can I, mommy, can I please, mommy
mine?

No, dear, not now, after lunch will
be fine

Can I, mommy, can I have it now
instead?

No, dear, not now, now is the time
for soup and bread

Can I, mommy, can I? I promise to be
extra good

Well, little one, the answer is
still no, it is time for food

Can I, mommy, can I, pretty please,
mommy dear?

NO, DEAR, I did say No, didn’t you
hear..

CAN I, MOMMY, I want it now?
(stomping feet)

No means no, and you can’t have it
later either now,  (teeth gritting)my sweet..

can I mommy, please, (with tears in eyes) can i?

well, maybe just this once(tears do
the trick), sweetie pie…

 

For Alphabe Thursday‘s letter F and Thursday 13:

  1. Family
     
  2. Friends
  3. Fun
  4. Food
  5. Freedom
    – a basic birthright for every living being.
  6. Fact
    or Fiction – I love both. What about you?
  7. Facebook
    – not that I spend too much time here updating my status but I admit I do
    spend some time checking out what my friends updateJ
  8. fusillation,
    furfur, fulgour, flivver, floccinaucinihilipilification,fecalith, feak,
    fardel, facundity,fourdroyant, frist, fremescent – Check out Phrontistery for the meaning of
    these words
  9. Flowers-
    never fail to cheer me up..
  10. These
    are a few of my favorite things (well, will list the actual things later!)
  11. Family
    Circus – one of my favorite comics
  12. The
    letter F is normally used to represent False in True or False statements,
    also stands for Female and Fahreneit. For a few other facts about the
    letter F, check out this page.
  13. The
    sound for the letter F is one of the few letter sounds (other than y –
    why, I – eye to name a few) also made by other consonant combinations
    (more than one) – ph/gh

 

15 thoughts on “A Week that Passed By – in parts…

  1. I agree – we don't seem to have as many contributions this week. Oh well, Y and Z are coming up and they'll probably be tough, too.

    Leslie
    abcw team

  2. This brought a huge smile to my face. A few years ago when I visited my then-80-something year old mother, I reminded her of the time she wouldn't buy me a box of animal crackers. Next time I flew down for a visit, there was a box of them waiting on the bed in the guest room. Is that how we learn to be manipulative? And I guess kids are experts in anaphora, heh?

  3. Little things mean a lot. May mean a little pain but giving in a little is a blessing. A lesson in persuasion and persistence for a kid to hone their skills. Great write Lady!

    Hank

  4. Another one for "X Marks The Spot." I remember that song from Sesame Street!! I think Ernie sang it? Now I'll have to be YouTubing it. Was pleased to find another fave une of mine from SS, "Capital I" on Youtube and it was just as great as I remembeedr it as a kid. "When the work's all done we go inside our Capital I, Capital I. "

    MY 2 favorite F words… French Fries!!!! yummy. And I just put on 5 lbs saying those 2 out loud. 🙂

    I may not be the fastest blog-visit returner, but I do make it over eventually.

  5. (Deleted that above because it had a typo that totally changed the meaning of the comment.)

    It was Sherlock Hemlock, of course, who sang X Marks The Spot! How could I have forgotten an important cultural detail like that!?? 😉

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