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Thursday Thinking and Inking - Mud


All Aboard the Meme Express – Thursday, March 18, 2010

Mud is us today!

Grab your yellow slicker, your Mackintosh or your spring raincoat. Pack that poncho or rain gear. Pick up those mud boots, hip waders or galoshes. Got waterproof garden gloves?

Are you ready for the spring weather? Watching meteorological reports of rain and warmer temperatures? Seeing ice and snow melt into sloppy muddy messes?

Who doesn’t love spring?

Spring is fun and filled with promise … as long as you have a good umbrella and appropriate footwear for spring weather.

Here’s today’s thought-provoking quotation for Thursday Thinking and Inking at Meme Express.

 “the world is mud-licious
and puddle-wonderful.”
American poet
(1894 – 1962)

Each Thursday, we offer feature a quotation as inspiration for that day’s prompt.

The Meme Express for today is simple:

mud

Squissssssh! Have fun slogging and slopping around with this prompt.

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4 comments:

  1. It's a Wild Ride: A Poetic Tribute to the Rodeo Cowboy


    The rodeo is in his blood; he loves the dust, the fight, the mud. The bronc may buck and jump and spit; the cowboy never thinks to quit. He'll hold on tight and count to six, for this is how he gets his kicks.
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  2. Bring Spring - a Haiku Bouquet for a Brighter Day


    What garden-lover doesn't eagerly anticipate great garden days to come each spring? This trifold haiku celebrates the arrival of spring, as gardeners begin digging in the soil and discovering green treasures sprouting towards the sun. The spring thaw awaits!
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  3. A very old 'mud' story here


    http://rinklyrimes.blogspot.com/2008/11/210-wallowing.html

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