Wednesday, 29 February 2012

Boing!

Word of the week is spring. (I've spent the day gardening and it felt springlike out there today)

Spring can mean, jump, move rapidly, release from prison, a water supply, a season, resilient device if coiled metal etc etc.

I don't think I'll be springing a surprise if I announce I have a free to enter writing competition for you.
Here you can win £5,000 for a story, poem. video or song which offers advice for staying safe online.

Cafelit are accepting submissions for their calendar. Selected pieces will earn a share of the profits.

What are you waiting for? Spring into action!

21 comments:

  1. That's a lovely picture, great minds think alike, I took a picture today of a crocus that's popped up in the grass. Thanks for the links.

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  2. Awww yay for Spring and springing into action with a skip and spring in one's step!

    Take care
    x

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  3. Lovely picture. I went for a gorgeous walk today and even had to take my coat off! I hope the sunshine lasts!

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  4. The early flowers are extra special aren't they, Suzy?

    Kitty, somehow I imagine you skip everywhere you go!

    I hope so too, Annalisa.

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  5. Looks like you've already sprung into W1S1 success by meeting your February goals -- way to go!

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  6. Congratulations on making your Write1Sub1 goal. Just ten more months to go.

    DaveK

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  7. This is a very good post!

    www.modernworld4.blogspot.com

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  8. That's a beautiful picture.

    Congratulations on reaching your W1S1 goals.

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  9. Milo up there stole my pun, but way to go with W1S1!

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  10. I was going to say I wonder where the birdies is, but they're probably all having a nap after waking me up at silly o'clock this morning :-D I love it really x

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  11. Thanks, Milo.

    You certainly have, Alex!

    Thank you, Dave.

    Hmm, do you mean mine, Gina?

    Thank you, Lydia.

    Cheers, David (I don't mind repeated puns!)

    Yes, Sarah. Iris reticulata.

    Teresa, they can be noisy little f... feathered friends, but I love the sound too.

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  12. Thanks, Patsy - the cafelit one sounds interesting. Love the iris photo.

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  13. You spent the day gardening?! Dude, I wish LOL My gardens are still buried in snow and I'll be lucky to see them in a couple months :)

    Congrats on reaching your W1S1 goals for February.

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  14. Those look like great ways to flex my writing muscles. Thanks again Patsy. x

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  15. Hey Patsy, I have a couple of awards for you on my blog. :)

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  16. Rhonda we have snow here - about every three years. Sometimes it settles and can stay for several days!

    Good luck if you give them a go, Madeleine.

    Oooh, thanks, Rachel - I'll be over!

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