Saturday, September 24, 2011

This the Good Life — Six Word Saturday —

My Six Words:
What a lucky find for breakfast

On the way back from taking Mrs. Jim to the airport Thursday I stopped off at our local MacDonald's for a breakfast biscuit sandwich. I was rather hungry as I had just finished up an early morning shopping stint at Target.

That was my lucky day as they were having sausage and egg biscuit sandwiches for a $Dollar. I had one and as I was leaving the thought occurred to me, "why not get some more, one for each morning that I will be batching?"

So after I finished I bought three more, ONE FOR EACH DAY OF MY BATCHING. I take the top, or the thickest biscuit half, off setting it aside for after breakfast coffee. I will put strawberry jelly on that piece. I eat the other piece like an open faced sandwich with ketchup and pepper.

Oh yes, Mrs. Jim is at the Family Promise 11th National Conference in Salt Lake City (link). She is on our local chapter's board of directors and also is an officer. This should be a good learning convention for her. She networks pretty good really well too.

One more item. Since my knee surgery I have been eating breakfast. So far I have lost twelve or so pounds. If I can just keep them off or lose even a little more I will be happy.

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Describe your life (or something) in a phrase using just six words for Six Word Saturday. Click the box at right to visit Cate's blog with Mr. Linky showing all the other blogs participating this week. Cate is the boss at Six Word Saturday. She would like for you to participate.

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Sunday, September 18, 2011

John wished he had his scooter. Play school was for girls.

"Save me, save me!" cried Yellow Plushy.

A gun would have been beneficial too.

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139 Characters

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© 2011 Jimmiehov
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Written for Succinctly Yours – Week 26
The 'beneficial' prompt word and the picture were selected by
It's posted on her blog, Grandma's Goulash
Her Rules: Use the photo as inspiration for a story of 140 characters OR 140 words. It doesn’t have to be exactly 140, just not more.
Using the prompt word is not required but Grandma smiles bigger if we do.


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