pouncing on peter’s pondering!

I’m truly honoured. An artist has painted my portrait. Check out the masterpiece (me) on Katy’s wonderful site.

forresting my cloud

digital airbrush

r cool beans for blog

cool beans!!! well, what’s that?

groovy! great! wonderful! YAY!

that’s “cool beans” to me!

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Thank You, Peter of Peter’s Pondering for making me realize that there may be a lot of people in blogland who don’t understand what I mean when I say that! I’ve been leaving a trail of “cool beans” in my wake for years now! 🤣

'om' by katy boyer/Blissbait Art

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Twittering Tale #99 – 28 August 2018

It’s time again for Kat Myrman’s wonderful challenge to tax our creative souls. Just take her photo prompt and write a story, inspired by it, in 280 characters or fewer.

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Prompt photo by Conquero at Pixabay.com

Here is this week’s prompt and my contribution. Check out all the fabulous entries here.

The hunt

I really think I’ve cracked it now.

Even though I say so myself, the form of the horses is quite superb.
My painting is almost like a photograph.
I’m really pleased with the result!

It’s such a pity that I can’t paint human figures, or dogs, or saddles, reins, or stirrups.

Tally Ho!

(280 characters)

Song Lyric Sunday Theme for 10/06/2018

img_1345-3Helen had fun last week, trying to confuse us. Well, it worked! It doesn’t take much to confuse me nowadays.

This week she’s gone and used a big word – METAPHOR. We’re supposed to find a song whose title is one of those, or whose content contains one of those metaphor things. You can find this week’s entries here.

Turns out, it is quite difficult to find a song that does not follow those rules, so here goes:

My song this week is from an Avant Garde artist (see, I can use big words too!), Camille. the song is called Seeds.

BUT, pay attention at the back, after you’ve listened, do go on to listen to the link I’ve added at the end, and then more after that. Camille is the only singer I have ever seen sing her own accompaniment within a song! No multi track recording – just sheer genius. She also does beat boxing! What an artist she is!

Seeds of laughter Seeds of lettuce Seeds of rustling leaves and flowers Seeds of rain Seeds of passion Seeds of saffron Seeds of strawbery fields forever Seeds of grace Seeds of peaches, seeds of pecan Seeds of peace, seeds of hope Seeds of pace pine and pepper Seeds of glory, seeds of gold

How can you serve them

How can you spoil them

How can you trade them

How can you grow

Seeds of sorrow Seeds of sterile landscape Seeds of devastated corn Seeds of strain Seeds of misery Seeds of mud and melancholy Seeds of watermelon Seeds of waste Seeds of silence, seeds of slumber Seeds of hunger, seeds of stone Seeds of underneath the summer Lies a million seeds of cold

How can you buy them

How can you sell them

How can you trade them

How can you do so

 

How can you buy them

How can you sell them

How can you trade them

How can you do so

Seeds of lovers, seeds of apples Seeds of blue eyes, belly button Seeds of men Seeds of children Seeds of rosebud onions Seeds of what’s going to happen Seeds of change

Seeds of change

Seeds of change

Writer(s): Clement Ducol, Camille Dalmais

Here is the proof that she can accompany herself. Singing at The Royal Albert Hall:

Tout Dit