Autumn climbs the wall,
splodging colour at random.
Had to look up Splodging. Definition: chiefly Brit : splash, slosh. Laughing at the “chiefly brit” part. Loved. (The Haiku). Learned (splodging) another word. Thanks for the trifecta this morning.
Let’s hope the US publisher, who has just received a submission from me, appreciates my Brit words, too.
I’m glad you “loved” my haiku. Thank you 🙂
Naomi, thank you so much 🙂
Thank you. That word “perfect” is music to my ears 🙂
wonderful Ku, Sarah!
thank you, Francina 🙂
Very nice. I would like but mobile browsing does not allow. Hope to get over the problem soon. My blog feels pretty unloved.
I thought, but may be wrong, that if you have a browsing facility on your mobile, you should be able to sign into wordpress and do everything you can normally do — if your fingers will co-operate with everything on such a small scale. I’ll have a go later from my phone and report back.
Yes, your blog posts are missed, but you’ve got rather a lot on your plate just now, so all is understood. I follow someone, who’s pretty much a free spirit, and they book time in an internet cafe wherever they happen to be. Perhaps you could do this as a temporary measure. xxxx
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