Happy Wed World 🌎 ❤💋

Come read this from Nichole!!!


Hope this motivates you the way it does me each and every morning 🌄 to achieve my goals!

To the narcissist!

You said I couldn’t do it, you said, I’d never make it! I am relentless. I am driven, and I am coming after everything you said I couldn’t have!

Let me tell you this, I have everything I need! My success is my insanity and it keeps me up at night pushing, pushing 💪 me to the top!

I have a harmonious home, a great start to a successful career, my own business, successful, thriving, happy children! A loving, gentle, passionate man who showed me unconditional love! I have everything you said I would never have! I not only beat you, I WON! I HAVE EVERYTHING IN MY LIFE THAT I NEED!

Thank you for being a screw up! I hope someday you change your ways, i don’t wish…

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Mum’s the Word


Jack and Alice had been corresponding for a few months and he thought he’d found his soul mate.
OK, she was a little older than he was, but 16 years was nothing these days.
They had so much in common, it was only natural that they should want to meet.
Alice had asked for a photograph which he hadn’t sent yet and so had he.
He was so excited when he received her email with an attachment.
Eagerly he opened it…………… and stared at his mother.
The photograph above is from GaudiLab at shutterstock.com.
For the visually challenged writer, the photo is of a man sitting at a table looking at the screen of his laptop with a shocked expression on his face.

Written for Fandango’s Flash Fiction Challenge 14th March

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I Broke Away – Prosery by Paul Vincent Cannon


At dVerse Lillian is hosting Prosery (144 words) with an invitation to use the line “I wandered lonely as a cloud.” from the William Wordsworth poem ‘I wander lonely as a cloud.”

dVerse Poets – Prosery – Winter Be Gone

Photo: from our 2017 road trip through central Australia and down through South Australia, back to Western Australia along the coast. This photo taken along the Nullarbor, the ocean not visible, but further beyond the van is the Great Australian Bight.

“How sweet to be a cloud, floating in the blue.” A.A. Milne

I Broke Away I wandered lonely as a cloud, not that that is a bad thing in and of itself. I finally broke away from all that encompassing bank of cloud that consumed me, owned me, clouded me. Just one big cloud of everything the same. Sometimes we were white and summery, sometimes grey and uncertain, sometimes…

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190. Listen! the wind is rising, and the air is wild with leaves… ~Humbert Wolfe

Sacred Touches

Yet one smile more, departing, distant sun!
One mellow smile through the soft vapory air. . .
Yet a few sunny days, in which the bee
Shall murmur by the hedge that skirts the way,
The cricket chirp upon the russet lea,
And man delight to linger in thy ray.
Yet one rich smile, and we will try to bear
The piercing winter frost, and winds, and darkened air.
~William Cullen Bryant


What a season of contrasts autumn is!  Many of its striking contradistinctions and “mellow smiles” can be seen on a single day, and yesterday was a fascinating example of Fall’s many faces.  Early in the morning the sky was a clear, brilliant blue, and as I wandered the yard I found a butterfly prettily perched on the leaves of a climbing rose.  Then the winds picked up and threatening clouds blew in.  About 30 minutes later, a narrow…

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