Sunday, February 21, 2021

BW8: Bridge to Nowhere


Happy Sunday, my lovelies.  Did you know Monday is Walk your Dog day, National Margarita day, and International Thinking day.  So grab a drink, take a walk with your fur baby, and ponder life, the universe and everything.  And don't forget to buy some Girl Scout Cookies since thinking day was created in 1926 during the fourth Girl Guide/Girl Scout International Conference Plus. And the 26th is Tell a Fairy Tale day so read a fairy tale or make up one of your own.  

Bridge to Nowhere 

On a bridge to Nowhere

To see No One,

Who could be Anyone,

Who has traveled,

Happy and safe,

Everywhere and somewhere.

Music leads Them

From near to far

Across the bridge

to Nowhere.

The sky is full of light

Sparkling and clear.

The air is full of love,

Plenty and dear.

There, They sing

And dance and play,

Making up lines

And have plenty to say.

Past the bridge that Leads 

to Nowhere.

They live to the rhythm

Of bass, cymbals, and drums

And maybe

A horn or flute or two.

Feet stamp, hands clap

And hips sway

To the beat

Of the drum.

Who laughs, What sings

And Baby laughs with joy.

And all the voices ring,

Welcome to Nowhere.


Count of Monte Cristo Readalong 

You might have noticed I messed up the chapters last week (fixed the count in previous post) and repeated 7 and left out nine. I'm a bit behind myself so no worries and will add in an extra week to catch up if needed. 

X Little Cabinet in the Tuileries
XI The Corsican Ogre
XII Father and Son 

What things stood out in the last chapters read? Share your thoughts on the characters and their actions so far. 


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