Absolutely beautiful. Merry Christmas.
St Petersburg Russia
Prague Czech Republic
Cinque Terra Italy
And Merry Christmas to you, from me, at The Holler~
Thanks, Diana. A Merry Charismas and Happy and Peaceful New Year to you and yours. ❤ — Suzanne
Once more you get two stories for the price of naught. If you enjoyed this zany humor, you can get more by looking on the right side and clicking on one or both of the book covers. To be more helpful you can reblog this post from your blog. 🙂 — Suzanne
The topic of today’s FFF intro is Wisdom Teeth. According to Wikipedia, they’re called Wisdom Teeth because they come in so much later than your other permanent teeth (or, if you’re from Arkansas—your single permanent TOOTH). Since they choose to show up so late, a better name might’ve been Procrastinator Teeth.
Some people opt, and even pay exorbitant amounts of money, to have theirs extracted. If this is example of wisdom, it’s certainly an odd symptom of sound judgment.
My two upper ones were yanked out by their roots years ago. The other two are so lazy they flopped over on their side and have no intention of showing themselves. I take comfort in the fact that having two remaining makes we half as wise as some people and twice as wise as others. How many Wisdom Teeth do you have?
If you’re new to Friday Flash Fiction, the Head…
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New book launch–Thistledown Midsummer Bedlam
Wednesday, December 18, 2019
Thistledown — Midsummer Bedlam book is ready to fly your imagination to new heights!
Thistledown — Midsummer Bedlam by Teagan Ríordáin Geneviene (that’s me!) is a wildly whimsical tale of faeries. However, lest you think you’re too old for that stuff, it also has a dark side. For those who read the serial version here, I’ve added a little something to the ending that you haven’t seen.
To keep this book tour interesting, some of the bloggers helping share this launch will include individual character introductions for faeries named in their honor. I hope you can visit them. That said, let me tell you a little about the primary narrator of the story. (There are actually two, but if I tell you much about the other one, it could be a spoiler.) Please allow me to introduce Bedlam Thunder.
Bedlam Thunder is a…
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Merry Christmas to All!
Last night, when I played Snoopy Vs The Red Baron, I noted that I was a bit confused about which song rawgod had requested, that one, or Snoopy’s Christmas. Turns out, I got it wrong the first time, and it was actually this one, Snoopy’s Christmas, that he was asking for!
This song is a follow-up to Snoopy Vs The Red Baron, in which Snoopy is a fighter pilot. In Snoopy’s Christmas, The Red Baron decides not to shoot Snoopy down, but forces him to land and gives him a Christmas gift.
Although fictitious, the song is set against the backdrop of a legitimate historical event. During World War I, in 1914, “The Christmas Truce” was initiated not by German and British commanders, but by the soldiers themselves. The length of the cease-fire varied by location, and was reported to have been as brief as…
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