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Saturday Stops - Bomb

All Aboard the Meme Express – Saturday, November 14, 2009


Yep, it’s Saturday. Around here, Saturday often means completing a list of chores.


For example, a certain youngster’s room looks like a bomb went off in it. Someone has a bit of home work to do today . . . perhaps even before the books are opened. A laundry basket full of clean clothes must be emptied. A desk must be reorganized. A closet needs straightening. Some CDs need stacking. The list goes on . . .


It’s time for Saturday Stops at Meme Express. Each Saturday, we offer a weekend word or two for that day’s prompt.



The Meme Express prompt for today is:


bomb


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