Needing distraction

The rain is washing the windows, the wind is howling like a wolf round my bundle of bricks and I am willing my roof to stay put. Well cocooned under the duvet, I am wondering if I could stay here for a week? The crumbs from toast are uncomfortable and it is difficult to navigate my way through the world of blogs with only my nose and one eye outside the covers. I better be brave and face the world outside my bedroom.

Sometimes looking for inspiration, I find it helpful to trawl back through my past life in this place. No. Not under the duvet, but to travel back through my blog.

Along the road of my blog life I have done some strange things and stepped up to many challenges.

Then one day, we beat the band altogether with a spanking new and scary challenge. It was so scary, we have not yet repeated it.

But who knows….  If the comments today prove interesting and varied, I might toss them in a drum and see what I come up with!

9 thoughts on “Needing distraction

  1. Maxi

    Ya shoulda got a good book and a flashlight, GM. That’s what I do when the going gets tough. Still, you probably had a good time traveling back in time.
    Blessings ~ Maxi

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  2. Grannymar Post author

    Fossie – I loved that challenge.

    Ramana – All the rich food and ‘candy’ seems to be upsetting your status quo. ;)

    Maxi – I enjoyed reminiscing.

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  3. Nancy

    I know I am late on this one, GM, but I am in my own crumby toast bed here in Pennsylvania listening to the sleet hit my windows with a vengence…
    Wouldn’t it be nice if we were in the bed together listening to the wind and the rain and taking turns making the tea and telling each other all the stories we have heard over and over through the years and maybe discovering a few new ones we never heard before?
    Just sayin’……….

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  4. Grannymar Post author

    Nancy – We are round the clock again here to toast crumbs time. It would be wonderful to have you here, tucked under the duvet for a morning giggle as we shared the tea and toast spread with stories old and new.

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