PICTURE OF THE WEEK 17th November 2019

PICTURE OF THE WEEK 17th November 2019

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PICTURE OF THE WEEK 17th November 2019

“A picture is worth a thousand words”.

I love pictures and I love words. I “see” what they mean about pictures though, but as a writer I find a picture inspires a thousand plus words, too. And a word inspires 1,000 pictures.

And often a picture is worth 1,000 laughs which I find this picture, our “Picture of the Week” triggers in me. But also, what words does it inspire.

 

 

 

 

Take a look at the picture and consider what 1,000 words it inspires in you?

The photograph is so brilliant. As regular visitors to our Blog postings know I am not a fan of politics and avoid it at all times usually, finding politics and politicians to be a total waste of space. But this photograph of Jeremy Corbyn and a baby shown in one or two newspapers yesterday sums it all up. Just look at the expression on that fantastic baby’s face. It says everything I want to say about politicians in one look. Absolutely brilliant.

That baby’s expression says a thousand words probably lots more!

I would love to write down the words that I imagine are going through that little bab’s head. But you don’t need to the expression on his/her face says it all.

INSPIRATIONAL QUOTE FOR THE DAY

“The purpose of our lives is to be happy.” -Dalai Lama

(I have had this as “Inspirational Quote” before but it is such a key quote about life a reminder does no harm)

HAPPINESS IS…

Happiness is…the look on that baby’s face in our picture of the week

 GRANDAD’S ONE LINER JOKE OF THE DAY

A positive attitude may not solve all your problems. But it will annoy enough people to make it worth the effort.

LOVE IS…

Love is… kissing with your eyes tightly shut

TRACK OF THE DAY

Gloria – Laura Branigan

Highest Chart Position: No.6 5th February 1983

WHAT DAY IS IT?

Sunday 17th November 2019

Homemade Bread Day

Baklava Day

Take A Hike Day

International Happy Gose Day

(Gose became officially known as part of the sour wheat beers from Northern Germany along with the Belgian witbier, the Berliner Weisse, and the Broyhan to name a few. It was made until the beginning of WWII where it was nationalized, the breweries then closed and thus it disappeared until 1949 when it started being produced again by Friedrich Wurzler Brauerei as he knew the techniques to making the renowned brew. Brewing the Beer until he died, the techniques for brewing it were then passed to his stepson Guido Pfnister.)

November is Novel Writing Month

 

 

 

 

 

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