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Thursday, October 18, 2012

Whodunit?

Another rainy night here, so after reading Flighty's Thursday post, "Do I or Don't I?" regarding writing a novel, I could feel my mind gearing up for a creative journey.  The phrase he used, soaking in the bath...bubbled up some ideas.

As the night progressed, this is what transpired:

http://www.amazon.ca/gp/feature.html?ie=UTF8&docId=1000053461

http://www.bathrooms365.com/Bathrooms-for-the-Next-JK-Rowling.htm

The ensuing newspaper article, if a disastrous scenerio took place.  Whodunit?




14 comments:

  1. Glo that is brilliant, and on this dull wet morning had me laughing out loud.
    I didn't mention the tea and digestives that I see you've included, and which I shall need plenty of I'm sure.
    Many thanks for being so wonderfully ceative yet again yet again. Flighty xx

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    1. As you know, Flighty, I'm always happy to bring forth laughter...and appreciate your good humour and giving me the fodder for my fun ;) I was sure that tea and digestive biscuits would be an important part of the novel procedure. You are most welcome and thanks for sharing this post with others :) Good luck as you get ready to write!

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  2. Glo you have a talent beyond anything I have seen! How wonderful and what fun! Who knew little ole Flighty could be your muse!
    Daffy

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    1. So good to see you Daffy. Hope the family is well and that you are all happily involved in life. Glad to know you enjoyed the fun here and stopped in to comment. Flighty's a good sport to put up with my cheekiness ;)

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  3. Hi, Just come over from Flighty's and thoroughly enjoyed your poem - what a clever lady you are - loved the newspaper cutting - genius.

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    1. So nice of you to come by from Flighty's, Elaine :) I'm pleased you enjoyed the poem and newspaper clipping ~ thanks so much for your kind words.

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  4. I've just arrived from Flighty's too - this is very very funny! Brilliant!

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    1. Hi there! Glad to see another visitor from Flighty's Plot, and thank you so much for commenting! I'm pleased that you enjoyed my efforts :) Please come back again.

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  5. WHEEEEE! What fun you've had! I think if Flighty's novel gets published, your poem should be in the introduction ;-) I love that you've got his digestives nearby, too. Tools of the trade.

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    1. LOL, thanks Nikki! It is hoped that the digestives didn't fall in the bath as well...sludge! I was going to put a teacup and biscuits on the windowsill, but I chose to do what I did instead. Thanks for the kind words about my poem... :)

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    2. Glo - THANKYOU so much for the link to your wonderful poem! I laughed my head off - a wonderful start to our day. I will show it to Captain Marvel on his return home from the workshop! lol! Dxxxx

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    3. Why, thank you Mrs. Nesbitt. I hope Captain Marvel enjoyed the picture and poem on your site about the rescue of Mabel the hen!

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  6. What a splendid post, I enjoyed it. Very clever you are! x

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    1. Thanks Snowbird for your kind comment and compliment :) Glad you enjoyed my post!

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