The “L” Stories voting could use a bit more participation, and that’s what the writers are hoping for the coming week.
If you lead a blissful life, you probably need to temper said life with a bit of a bother, like reading three stories by unknowns. You can find links to the stories and the poll for voting for “Alphabet Challenge L-Stories” HERE.<<<Link
. . . as usual, the final variant of a subject is when I go all artsy on them (I use Topaz Labs plugins for all these).
I’m in a hurry, so I’m just dumping a gallery below and forego all my usual witty banter.
The “L” Stories voting had a momentary swell of activity (three votes) before falling back to dormant status.
I’d like to think it’s because of my promoting efforts, but I think it’s friends of the twins who account for most of the activity (note to self: get some friends of my own . . . but not too many).
If your life feels devoid of meaning and purpose and you want to spice it up, you can find links to the stories and the poll for voting for “Alphabet Challenge L-Stories” HERE.<<<Link
Not saying reading these stories and voting will improve your life, but stranger things have happened, so I’d say it’s worth a shot.
. . . for them who don’t know, once I post a set of photos, I’m likely to post variants (see previous posts). In this case, I again decided to go monochromatic. Specifically, on the photos of the clematis seed head.
Wait . . . why two versions of the same photo?
The “L” Stories voting has ground to a halt.
I don’t think that COVID-19 resurgence, social unrest, impending economic catastrophe, impending climate catastrophe, a government at odds with itself and its constituents, and global tensions are affecting people’s motivation to vote, so I’m at a loss as to why we’ve stalled.
If you’re bored and you want to participate in the process, you can find links to the stories and the poll for voting for “Alphabet Challenge L-Stories” HERE.<<<Link
Clicking on the above link will take you to the post with the poll where you can cast your vote. The post also contains links to the individual stories.
So . . . for them who don’t know, a clematis <<link flower looks something like this . . .
That’s a photo I snapped with my phone in my yard, literally a few days ago.