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Queen For A Day

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Day 259 – September 16, 2018

Back to #School – Sunday Stills / Rules – One Word Sunday / #153 – Emptiness – Pic and a Word / #MYSUNDAYPHOTO / Day 16 – #SeptemberSquares / Imperious – WODC / Anchor – FOWC / Fathom – RDP / Looking Up – citysonnetDWP

Feeling good about today’s entry.  I believe I have caught every prompt and challenge, in the photo, without having to tell (stretch) a story or describe the picture in order to complete the challenges.  So take a moment (if you have one) and see if you can confirm my belief. If you are stuck and are curious enough to want to know how one fits, feel free to comment and I will attempt to justify 🧐

I have decided that after this weekend, I am no longer going to complain about rain or flooding again.  If you are down there, my most heartfelt thoughts and prayers are sent out to you.  While we are not expected to get anywhere near that amount, there are businesses downtown that are preparing for some serious flooding.  Given the history of the city when it comes to a lot of rain in a short amount of time, I think I would prefer to be safe than sorry. Stay Safe and I hope all of you have a fantastic start to the week!

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