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Now, before I hand over to Alan for the next few weeks, here are the upcoming prompts. I hope they give you the germ of an idea for your posts and cultivate a lot of interest. (Time I had a holiday)
197 : We have all taken photos that are, shall we say, less than perfect. We celebrate these in SS 197 : the pointless photos, the blurred photos, the photos that would have been better left unprinted. But sometimes they tell a powerful story all on their own.
198 : It is 100 years since HMS Queen Elizabeth was launched at Portsmouth. Whilst this is not the Queen Elizabeth, it matters not, because in SS 198 we celebrate the start of something new. It might be a life, it might be a love, it might be a a new chicken coop or it might be a mighty ocean liner.
WooHoo, am I seriously the first to post this week? How wonderful that is, for a change.
Beds, boys and toys are my theme this week - not forgetting girls!
One thing leads to another ...
Originally, I was planning to use a postcard with insurance company advertising. I ended up using a Thanksgiving postcard because it has a picture of a sick looking boy in bed.
All this talk of bed has made me sleepy.
Early this weekend with three boys who are not sick in bed but sTick instead.
This one is easy. I found a doctor's bag!
This was a prompt to look at the aunt, great aunt, great uncles, great great aunts and great great uncles who did not survive child hood :( We are so lucky now!
I have a little cough but I'm not contagious.
Some little Herberts here and a larger on that would rather be in the USA.
A boy in bed, and a poem
On the medical theme I have gone for nurses rather than doctors.
Nobody is sick. A bed, a poem and some information about Snow Hill Institute in Alabama.
Sweet dreams are made of this
Beds, Bairns and Books - they are inseparable, but lacking suitable photos I concentrated on the daytime reading to children.
Looking ill but things aren't always what they seem
Who better to nurse you back to good health?
No sick children in my family, so I have gone for cute, healthy ones instead.
I had only to look at my present calendar for inspiration this week!!
Just what the doctor ordered...
I procrastinated this week as had several options that came to mind immediately.
Sorry I am a bit late - circumstances beyond me control.
I'm not just late, but way off-topic too
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