Monday Mania: Christmas is Bearing Down

20 Dec

12:35 pm, Monday, 20 December, 2010 – Walnut Creek, California

Hello Gang: Anyone still out there? Now I know why my son was silent when I said: Of course, I’m blogging over Christmas. Hah! However, in case someone is faithfully checking, I have three photographs taken by my sister-in-law that all made me want to put pen to paper. So, keeping in mind everything we have mulled over the past few weeks, see what you are inspired to do. As always, I would love to see results.


frozen water by Julie Bordwell

snow field by Julie Bordwell




Heron by Julie Bordwell











Tomorrow I will give a word list or Wordle and then you won’t see me until next Monday. I shall take it easy until the New Year is past and then we will plunge into it again with all kinds of new mantras and exercises, and discussions. In case you can’t pop in tomorrow, have a wonderful holiday whatever you celebrate. May you be safe and warm.


Posted by on 20/12/2010 in exercises, poetry, writing


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2 responses to “Monday Mania: Christmas is Bearing Down

  1. Scotia Nightpoetry

    21/12/2010 at 9:36 am

    Beautiful photos and a great blog to dwell on and revisit – all the best for the coming season

    Best wishes from Scotland – Brian

    • mroby

      21/12/2010 at 10:46 am

      Thank you so much for the kind words. The wishes are returned. We are watching your weather. We’re just very wet here in the southern part of the United States. Stay safe and warm – Margo


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