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SoCS — art

Linda G. Hill's Stream of Consciousness Saturday's prompt is about art, either art on our home's wall or art in a museum. The art I choose to stream-of-consciousness on today are acrylic pour paintings I did last year. One of my friends heard about the class being held in a nearby art gallery. I watched… Continue reading SoCS — art

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#SoCS sap/sep/sip/sop/sup

Linda G. Hill's Stream of Consciousness Saturday prompts us with using sap/sep/sip/sop/sup. Sap sep sip sop sup * sap is rolling to the ground happy sep in the mound sip sap all day long sop sap sing this song sup a duppy you're the one you make sepping lots of fun sop on a dop… Continue reading #SoCS sap/sep/sip/sop/sup

Stream of Consciousness Saturday

#SoCS for 12/29/18 — Puzzle

Linda G Hill's Stream of Consciousness Saturday prompt for 12/29/18 is: “ask someone else.” Either ask someone for a prompt word or, if you can’t, turn on a TV or a radio and choose a word from the first sentence you hear. Enjoy! I watched a movie this evening, called, “Puzzle” which seems a good… Continue reading #SoCS for 12/29/18 — Puzzle

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SoCS — Tin tra la la tra la la la la

image link Linda G Hill's Stream of Consciousness Saturday prompt is tin or a word containing tin. I looked up a list of 4000 words that have tin in them, and by far the most plentiful are words that end in ting. Ting a ling a ling on the tinny winny drum. Sing a ling… Continue reading SoCS — Tin tra la la tra la la la la

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#SoCS Contrasting Green Life

Linda G Hill gives us our prompt of:  Your Friday prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is “contrast.” Use the word “contrast,” or talk about contrasting things. Enjoy! My stream of consciousness today will be on contrasting houseplants and outdoors plants. Houseplants must live in containers. Sometimes they are grouped together in containers, like the… Continue reading #SoCS Contrasting Green Life

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#SoCS Music(als) from 1970

I didn't live far from one of the first big department stores in the area from the age of 10 to 16. My best friend and I would walk the couple of blocks to it at least once a day, sometimes multiple times. It had everything, a snack bar, shoe repair, ice cream shop, clothing,… Continue reading #SoCS Music(als) from 1970

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SoCS — Old Hen

Stream of Conscious Saturday -- ma Ma is what my mom and her sibs called their mother, my grandma. When I tried to call her ma she jumped all over my case and wouldn't hear of me or my sibs using that term. We were expected to call her mom. Nothing else would do. She… Continue reading SoCS — Old Hen

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SoCS — Digest

The first thing that comes to mind with digest is Reader's Digest, which I think is still around. What form not sure, but it used to be a small volume, maybe 5x7, that was a small magazine full of easy-reading human interest stories. It also had features that included 'laughter the best medicine' and 'increasing… Continue reading SoCS — Digest

nature · Stream of Consciousness Saturday

Rollin on a River — not yet

rollin rollin rollin on a river. Rivers now with sheen of ice couldn't roll far on them now without taking a dip in icy cold. The ducks don't seem to mind. Always have wondered how one part of their body is fluffy and warm with feathers and another part reptilian. It's snowy again out there.… Continue reading Rollin on a River — not yet

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Mean Streets

When someone hears the expression mean streets what exactly goes through their mind? If they've never lived on them they will have to use their imaginations. If they have, they have enough packaged memories of them to last many lifetimes. I was one of the ones who did. Dirt poor, lots of kids in our… Continue reading Mean Streets