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Mindful Writing Challenge ~ January 2013 ~ Small Stone 20

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Day 20

The snowdrops are here! Snowy white and green joy.

Polly Robinson © 2013

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12 thoughts on “Mindful Writing Challenge ~ January 2013 ~ Small Stone 20

  1. Hooray for snowdrops!

  2. How lovely! I have been writing small stones this month, too, but posting some on one of my other blogs (not DWLA). I realized that doing this is like meditating every day. What a great opening for other writing each day, too!
    Luanne

  3. Such charming, delicate flowers…we don’t have them where I live. I suppose too warm here.

  4. I love snowdrops – My Mum once sat up all night and sewed snow drops on a dress for a fancy dress party – I lost to cat woman – gutted!!!! (I was 8!)

    • Aw, how lovely that my small stone brought back such a lovely memory of something your mum did for you ~ even if you did lose to cat woman [bummer] ~ no taste, some people ;)

      • :D
        I was a winner in my Mum’s eyes :)

        • I was for my mum too … she dressed me as a gypsy girl for a party once and was livid that I didn’t win (!) I can remember feeling quite sorry for her, I was only about 6, but she cared about it so much more than I … guess she’d invested a lot of time into it …

          • My outfit had to reside in the fridge all night to keep it fresh! Brrrrr! I was robbed – I should have won for the endurance of a refrigerated dress!

            I know what you mean – I was devastated because my Mum had spent all night sewing on individual snowdrops!

            Catwoman had black gloves, black trousers and tshirt, claws made of foil and whiskers drawn on her cheeks – I mean – I ask you!!!

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