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Picture taken by my friend Cyndi Leos....thank you Cyndi.

Monday, January 31, 2011

Microfiction Monday #68 Soapbox Miracle...

Susan at stoney river offers a writing challenge every Monday.  Submissions cannot be any longer than 140 characters, spaces and punctuation included.  Here's mine:
It's a miracle Shamus!
Keeping the fish catch money
in the soap box was genius!
The good Lord saved us!

~dkb~

8 comments:

Wanda..... said...

Like your writing interpretation of the photo, Donna...as well as your cute photo on the sidebar!

Teresa - in the Middle Side of Life said...

love it! you are a very talented writer!

i like your photo, too. nice to see what you look like.

Donna B said...

Wanda: Thank you so much! This is my first attempt at Microfiction Monday. Thank you too for the compliment on my side bar pic. I was going through some of my pics yesterday and found it. My sister and I had gone to the Botanical Gardens at the Bellagio and we took pics of one another peeking out behind a column. I thought it would look "welcoming". I only have my profile and pic on my other blog, Mystical Journeys, other than the pics I post of me on this blog posts.

Teresa: Thank you so much as well! :} I am not sure if know, but I have a link to my other blog, Mystical Journeys, on this blog (under my welcome message and email). I write about my Dad who has Alzheimer's. I also have my profile, pics, pics of my youngest grandson, and some of my paintings (see very bottom of the page under LABELS for ART. I also have 8 & 6 year old grandsons, but my oldest daughter prefers I only write about what they do and say, rather than display pics and use their names. She is protective and I respect her decision. My other blog is more about family.

~Ellie Kings~ said...

That is so cute. Love your sense of humor :) I want to thank you for your comforting words during my loss. God has been soothing the ache slowly. Good to be here.

Marylinn Kelly said...

Your first Microfiction Monday AND country dancing. New worlds being conquered. It really is a challenge to tell a story in so few characters and you've done that well. In your new photo, which we all seem to enjoy, it is easy to see the sisterly resemblance. Very welcoming. xo

Donna B said...

Ellie: Thank you for your kind compliment...You are so welcome my dear. My heart goes out to you, because I know what challenging times you are forging through. I have every confidence in you. You will get through it with the help of family and friends. I hope you count me as one of your friends. Hugs to you...

Marylinn: Yes! Thank you! I am blasting my way into this new year...doing my best to make memorable marks each and every day... Thank you for the compliment...I love and miss my siter so much. Still looking forward when we can all get together for a spot of tea!

Lucy Westenra said...

You sure didn't waste any words! A story to make your readers think.

Antares Cryptos said...

Donna B-I'm sorry to barge in like this, but I got a message from Laoch, left it on his blog in comments. He's ok, but has no power, internet etc. Thought I should let you know.