Three Things Challenge #407

Today’s words: vision – wonderful – brighten

Several members of Weightwatchers online posted before and after
pictures on the members’ mobile app.

I scrolled the pages, vision after vision of each appeared along with
details of their weight loss journey.

I thought, ‘Wonderful‘.

To brighten my own day, I changed up my personal routine and vowed
not to let aggravations and negativity dampen it either.

Three Things Challenge #401

Today’s words: chest – draw – desk

An early morning routine is checking in to read my favs and search for prompts.

A bit of disappointment today as one of my new hosts decided to take a hiatus.

Sitting at my L-shaped desk looking at the laptop screen I sadly realize tis

back to the drawing board to seek out an interesting topic for replacement

posting on Tuesdays.

I wish I had a chest full of ideas – ones I actually like and wish to write about,

new territory again more times than naught challenges greet throughout year.

Three Things Challenge #396

Today’s words: meal – crisp – baggage

Crisp shredded lettuce
Salad greens evening meal
Baggage wretch’s burden
Birthday number forty-nine
Fifty-one‘s overshadows

Explanation between the lines (one day I (often unfortunate soul) shall write details).

I gave birth to ‘two’ sons born two years apart on the same date nearly to same minute.

Today is their birthday – one lives abroad since 1997 and one resides in Heaven.

The younger of the two turned ’49’ today.

His last visit home was four years and eight months ago

I planned on sending a nice greeting card this morn.

And then . . .

Windows10 wished to update and calamity began when I chose to schedule it

for later.

It took near an hour from my daily schedule to send that greeting card via e-mail.

Talk about perseverance or should rephrase consistent timing equation unfortunate

technology luck.

Three Things Challenge #395

Today’s prompt words: butterfly – colour – scan

The florist didn’t notice my facial expression, a frown, as I strolled thru the once

popular garden shop.

A quick scan left to right and top to bottom gave me the impression the doors

soon would be closed to customers.

It was hard to hide my disappointment from lack of colourful flowers I had

grown so fond of over the years.

Admiring the beautiful picture of a Monarch butterfly hanging on the back

wall, suddenly my eyes filled with tears as my thoughts quickly turned to

this business owner’s future.