The Hemingway Day. Who’s there?

Greetings on this very special Friday, special because it is National Cream Tea Day here in the UK, which sparks the never-ending debate… cream or jam first? Never mind that, if I hear another person say “scon” I’m going to launch the clotted cream. It’s scone. (And the very fact you can understand what I mean from the spelling means I’m right.)

Here’s The Hemingway Day to diffuse the situation.

shadows

Who’s there?

Two shadows. But I stood alone.

 

Thanks to The Daily Post for inspiring today’s post by asking about my muse… she’s called mother nature.

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15 thoughts on “The Hemingway Day. Who’s there?

  1. forgive me for commenting with an unattributed and quite feasibly sexist quote?

    “I asked the maid in dulcet tone
    To order me a buttered scone;
    The silly girl has been and gone
    And ordered me a buttered scone.”

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  2. I like your muted colours. It’s a nice shot.
    Well, I hope the shadow next to you doesn’t read your blog, but of course, they don’t exist so how could they? 🙂 I’ll have to look up National Cream Tea Day, though I suspect it may just be my usual Sunday morning ritual.

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