River of Stones – Jan 18

Rain     and       rain

for     days….

but warm for January.

Today –

Radient sun with

brilliant skies…

cold, mind you,

But not complaining.

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10 responses to “River of Stones – Jan 18

  1. Looks like we’ve swapped weather.

  2. I love this idea of the river of stones. Next time I’ll try to jump in. As for the weather, I’m not complaining, either, I’m kind of hoping we’ll just smoothly transition into spring.
    Mark, I hope you don’t mind, I want to point out a misprint in your Welcome message, should read ‘anything posted here.’ Please, feel free to point anything out on my blog! 🙂

    • Mark I have hesitated too – I often spot typos in your posts, and wonder if you use the WordPress spellcheck. Somewhere in your dashboard there is a feature you can turn on to check grammar and spelling – as you press publish, a window comes up giving you the option to cancel and look at the words they underline – read for spelling, green for grammar – eg missing or missplaced apostrophes – and blue for cliché. Most of the time their suggestions are irrelevant, but I always look, to catch the missing letters etc. Once you’re happy, press publish.

      • Sadly, I find myself rushing through a post a lot of the time. My fat fingers don’t help either. I will look at the spell/grammar check and check the settings. I can use all the help I can get, grammar class was a long time ago. Thank you!

        Mark Windham

  3. oops! RED for spelling. The biter bit.

Some of what I write is true, some is fiction; most is merely possibility.

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