One-Liner Wednesday – Excuses

This post is in response to Linda’s  #1OneLinerWednesday.

Excuses are free to give but cost the giver dearly as time goes by.

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One-Liner Wednesday – Or was it..

This post is in response to Linda’s  #1OneLinerWednesday.

Where is the one liner when I need it?

Or was it the eye liner? Did I hear it right.  Or was I too absorbed to figure out a suitable One Liner Wednesday quote? Scratching my head. Better hurry out the door fast before the roof blows.

One-Liner Wednesday – Outage Outrage

This post is in response to Linda’s  #1OneLinerWednesday.

The idea for the first one liner was supplied by Linda herself in reply to my comment.  So here it is first, though that’s not what I had in mind.  I will follow up with the one I had in mind.

Went to bed early to avoid (power) outage outrage.

Hiking up the hills, lost in the vastness of nature, it dawned on me that to enjoy nature’s bounty we need caring human hands.

Lady Liberty : Tuesday Photo Challenge – Promise

This week’s Tuesday Photo Challenge prompt from Frank  is  “Promise“.

Liberty

Does she still stand for promise of justice and liberty for all?

I think Ellis Island Immigration Museum below holds more promise for the coming generation to remember  the legacy of immigration that made this country the land of the free and the home of the braves.

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Both of these photographs, Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island Immigration Museum, were taken by me during my visit in September of 2017.  I wish I had more time to spend in the museum.

Nature’s Call : RonovanWrites Weekly Haiku Poetry Prompt Challenge # 203 Home & Free

This post is in response to Ronovan’s Weekly Haiku Challenge

I know Haiku is supposed to be about nature. So nature’s call should be an appropriate topic for a haiku, specially when the prompt from Ronovan is so appropriate to my recent experience.  No intention to hurt anyone’s sensibility. Proceed any further at your own will.

I am home at last
Free to answer nature’s call 
Boom, exhale, relief