Oh Sadie, Sadie, Sadie…instigate much?
Rescue you we ask?
Five days into the answer
Rephrase the question
A friend in need…
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Originally posted on Lorna's Tearoom Delights:
By brother, Fergus McInnes, went missing in Geneva, Switzerland, on Tuesday 9 September 2014.
He was due to attend a work conference in the Swiss town of Martigny the following day, and to meet his colleagues that evening for a meal.
He boarded the 09:35 EasyJet flight at Edinburgh airport and was seen on CCTV in Geneva airport around 13:00, where he bought a train ticket that we believe was a return to Martigny.
Nothing has been seen of him since.
He did not arrive at the meeting point that evening to go for a meal, he did not check into his hotel room and he did not appear at the conference. He also failed to catch his return flight to Edinburgh on 11 September.
His mobile phone has not been switched on since he switched it off for the flight…
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As I was lying around, pondering the problems of the world…
I realized a few things…
- At my age I don’t really give
a rat’s ass anymore.
- If walking is good for your health,
the postman would be immortal.
- A whale swims all day, mainly eat fish, drinks water,
but is still fat.
- A rabbit runs and hops
and only lives 15 years
- A tortoise doesn’t run, does mostly nothing,
yet lives for 150 years.
Exercise you say?
Pfffft….it’s Nap Time!
The day began as every day begins…and then it smiled
I found my smile wiggling its way through squiggly handwriting, wrapped in baby blue, royally sealed with wax and friendship
And after thousands of miles…in my mailbox
Where do you find yours?
Was hoping for inspiration to share my first attempt (sad though it is) at catching lightning.
I think I found it… :)
P inkish hues of spider’s silk
O ranges, yellows, whites like milk
R eds and greens in varying tints
C apture the sun’s rays as they glint
H ere on the mums, there on a wing
P rompting retreat to shade covered things
O ppressive, this air you can cut with a knife
E ven the bird, like dragon, still life
T oday’s one for dwelling, musing, no movement
S o hoping tomorrow will bring some improvement