Sunday, October 9, 2011

MAG 86


"Curious." Thought a much older Alice as she tipped back in her creaky kitchen chair in hopes of catching a bit of  morning sunshine on her face.  "It certainly reads different." 



I LOVE PLAYING WITH WORDS AT MAGPIE TALES!

32 comments:

brenda w said...

Ha! Thanks for bringing Alice to the morning, she lends a bit of mischief to the air.

Lolamouse said...

Giggle. Love it!

Mimi Foxmorton said...

Just want you all to know how much I love playing Magpies and getting your fun comments!

However......sadly, for some reason known only to Blogger, if your page is not set to 'pop up' comments I am unable to comment on yours. (including Magpie page)

Some bloggers and I figured this out and we changed it but it is very frustrating.

Please know that I am reading and enjoying all the.....Pies! ;)

Have a lovely and creative day!
~Mimi

christopher said...

Interesting. Kinda rabbit hole...

Friko said...

It didn't work, I think, so here I am again, repeating what I said:

short and sweet and fitting!

Deborah said...

Oh very clever, wonderfully done! :o)

Mama Zen said...

This is so clever!

thingy said...

Oh, I love this. : )

I love your blog, as well.

thingy said...

Whoa, your mom is hot!

JJ Roa Rodriguez said...

nice nice nice!

:-)

JJRod'z

Martin said...

Excellent!

Kristen Haskell said...

Wonderful prompt this time and you did an outstanding job with it.

Annie said...

Less is definitely working it and making it more.

Roy Schulze said...

It's nice to hear Alice made it through and can now enjoy her twilight years. My Magpie 86 entry is Cepheus.

Mary Ann Potter said...

So very much like Alice! Your little poem is a bright spot on the day!

junkthief said...

A great testament to the pay off from the perfect economy of words. And I love your blog title which seems it could be a cousin to mine.

Jim Swindle said...

Alice does add an interesting slant to the picture.

Isabel Doyle said...

curiouser and curiouser!

As for your commenting difficulty, try this (had similar troubles a few months ago). Sign out of all your google pages. When you sign back in, make sure the keep me signed in box is NOT ticked.

Hope it helps.

chiccoreal said...

Loves the magic in your words and reminds me; the spirit of Lewis Carroll's Alice In Wonderland is alive and well!

Reflections said...

Thanks for the tip on blogger... will have to try to change that.

Thanks for the morning smiles. So glad Alice is still percolating her good thoughts.

Old Raven said...

LOVE the idea of an older Alice ... very inclusive. ;)

Kathe W. said...

oh yes- good old Alice- "curiouser and curiouser" Well done!

Brian Miller said...

yet we still follow down the rabbit hole...smiles.

Suzy Q said...

"Alice" of course, why didn't I think of that :)
Small but perfectly formed...
little tale there.

Carrie Burtt said...

Wonderful indeed! :-)

Tumblewords: said...

Brava!!

Helen said...

Alice!!! Who would have thought?

cosmos cami said...

Clever!
Wonderful!

HyperCRYPTICal said...

Brilliant!

Anna :o]

Kathy Bischoping said...

Elegant! Funny thing is, I found Alice in mine too...

~T~ said...

Nice!

Arnab Majumdar said...

That has to be the best and the simplest Magpie that I've read till date! Loved it... :)

Cheers,
Arnab Majumdar on SribbleFest.com