One Word Sunday: MOVEMENT

The theme for One Word Sunday is MOVEMENT.

Here is my take.

Lines show movement of the drops…
(What do you think, YC?)

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The song to share for this post is Jess Glynne’s Thursday (Live from the BRIT Awards last week):

I thought it was really moving – what about you?

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26 thoughts on “One Word Sunday: MOVEMENT

  1. πŸ™‚ A couple of items that I like here. Definitely the first one is “Porsche” (“there is no substitute”) .

    It is good to see Jess Glynne performed. I like many of her songs. Going back to find her old songs to listen again now πŸ™‚

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    1. Glad you like the car – the two pics are of the same Car – one front and one back.
      And Jess Glynne was new to me – but it sounds like you knew her music for a while – the other one I like is “I’ll be here for you”

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      1. Yes, I’ve heard her songs for a while. I think perhaps a couple of her singing with Clean Bandit were played on radio in US. I got to know more of her songs when I was a British Airline plane πŸ™‚ Oh, that song is new to me too.

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  2. I love the light rays and reflections. So much color and a feeling of movement. I’m reading this on my phone while a dog is β€œtrying to sleep” so I’ll have to listen later.

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    1. I am so sorry for your loss and the last four days –
      And this post does have a somber quality – and so not to sound cheesy – but I dedicate this post to your mum. πŸ’œπŸ˜Š

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