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Weekly Photo Challenge Catch-Up

12 Sep

Checking my Daily Prompt folder, I discovered I have 224 prompts to answer.  I thought I’d better make a start.

WPC: Curves

The Hub and I celebrated his 21st birthday in our second home.  We had been married four months and still had our figures:

Paul's 21st 6 Cortosa 1985 1

WPC: Fleeting

My love for the Hub was fleeting.  It lasted as long as the time it took to develop this photograph:


WPC: The World Through My Eyes

I see the world through eyes that are still this young:


WPC: Companionable

We have always been companionable, so long as I tell him what to do and he does it:

Paul's 21st 6 Cortosa 1985 2

In return, I have to wear a green headdress at all times.

WPC: Foreshadow

Here’s a foreshadowing of our relationship:


WPC: An Unusual Point Of View

Here’s an unusual point of view – the Hub is telling me what to do:

Paul Linda UK Germany holiday 1988

Don’t worry: it was only which section of the paper I could have.  Natural order was soon restored:


Joke 903

12 Sep
Boy and Sheep

Boy and Sheep (Photo credit: peretzp)

Today’s topic is sheep.  Do you know how difficult it is to find a clean joke on the internet about sheep?


Why did the farmer cross the barnyard?

To give the sheep a bath.

…Think about it…


What did they name the sheep who had all his wool cut off?



What do you call a sheep with no legs?

A cloud.

Sheep Sign in Lime Street Station, Liverpool, ...

Sheep Sign in Lime Street Station, Liverpool, England (Photo credit: nikoretro)

Mary had a little lamb,
Its feet were full of lard.
Every step the lamb did take,
it slipped back half a yard.


Mary had a little lamb.
You’ve heard it all before.
But did you know she passed her plate
And had a little more?


From Yahoo


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