As part of the challenge (the brainchild of Arlee Bird at Tossing It Out) I'll be posting every day (except Sundays) through the month of April, going through the alphabet and beginning April 1st with "A." I've opted for a theme: Pawsitive Pondering. Were our pets able to talk they would offer sage advice, so every day through the month of April, one of my four-legged furries will offer a "Pawsitive Pondering" to make you smile. Here is the first:
A is for Attitude:
You are the only one who can decide if you will be a sour-puss or a waggy-tail.
Join me and choose to be a waggy-tail.
It will make you and those around you happy,
and you'll see an increase of belly rubs!
See you tomorrow for day #2 of the A-Z Challenge: B is for Beauty.
Keep on reading for today's Book Blurb Friday! If you're new to this meme, give it a try. C'mon, be a waggy-tail! It's fun!
TGIBBF! I can't believe this is week five already. I'm having fun writing and reading the book blurbs, and I'm finding that sticking to the word count is easier as the weeks go by. If you're new to Book Blurb Friday, please click the tab for details, located under the blog header. Here is my blurb to go with this week's photo:
The Colors of Rose
Bryan Harte sees the world in shades of gray. Born with monochromacy, a severe form of color blindness, he has never experienced a fiery sunset or cerulean summer sky. Bryan’s world is steeped in gray.
Until now. . .
Her name is Rose, and she is the only thing in Bryan’s world imbued with color. Her auburn hair, ruby lips and eyes of emerald green hold him in thrall from the moment he sees her sitting in the park. With his world a cloudy gray, the vibrant Rose becomes his obsession.
Why is she different? What is it in her that allows him to see the green of her eyes and the red of her hair? When at last Bryan questions the anomaly, it is too late to run, too late to hide. It is too late to pretend he cannot see. . .the colors of Rose. (147 words)
Please scroll down to see the "book cover" for next week's Book Blurb Friday, and if you are participating this week, please remember to feed Mr. Linky. He is hungry for your URL so other readers can enjoy your creative blurb.
Here is the "book cover" for next week's BBF. Thanks to Sandra Davies for offering up this terrific photo prompt:
Several folks have provided some great "book covers," and you'll see them here as the weeks progress. Thanks to everyone for participating.
Have a great weekend! See you tomorrow for A-Z and the letter "B."