This week I am thankful for
1. The new news about the bad news of a couple of weeks ago.
The bad news is not as bad as first thought. \O/
2. As bad as I was feeling last night and this morning
this evening I feel fine.
3. A neighbor is going to help me fix the keyless door lock that I broke
trying to change the battery.
4. The great video that Annie at McGuffey’s Reader shared Cat Watching Horror Movie
cackleberries noun, 1950’s slang; hen’s eggs used for food
When I was a little girl my daddy had chickens in the backyard.
I don’t remember much about the chickens except when I got chicken pox
I was sure the chickens were the cause of my misery.
I also learned from watching the hens on their nests
where cackleberries come from and would not eat them.
I was not going to eat chicken poop!
Write a story or poem in 5 Lines or Less using the word cackleberries and link it to In Other Words
“A true friend is someone who thinks that you are a good egg even though he knows that you are slightly cracked.” Bernard Meltzer
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post a story…fiction or non-fiction,
a poem, a commentary, opinion or a picture.
Or use any word from the quote as a starting point.
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