…there are times when my little grey cells are so sparse, yeez can count them on one finger… ‘muddle’ is my middle name… or was that, ‘middle’ is my……? …blessed with flashes of Einsteinian insights I am not… and regularly, my elevator certainly ‘doesn’t go all the way to the top’… nevertheless, into every intelligence-starved brain the occasional geniusism glints…in pursuit of an everlasting legacy to leave behind for Mankind when I eventually slope off to the big Laptop Shop in the Sky, I believe I have discovered my wee offering for the rest of yeez out there… it’s apparent to me that a gazillion squillions of moolah is sloshing around in certain parts of the globe, seeking new homes… yeez have all seen them… the daily, almost hourly, emails from assorted widows of Nigerian/Burkina Faso/Somalian/Liberian generals with oodles of unclaimed dollars to share… obscure officials from even more obscure Financial Central Banks from places with names straight out of the Scrabble dictionary… with dead-mens’ fortunes to spirit away… on the distaff side of the email inbox, other types of messages arrive… yeez can spot them immediately… the tell-tale sign is the opener, ‘My dearest whoever yeez are’… ‘Chosen one of my heart…’ ‘I’ve carefully selected your name’… (I’d always thought my parents had done that)…etc… these unfortunate souls have been stricken with poverty-inducing tragedies on a scale only matched by that time Miley Cyrus was obliged to go on stage fully-clothed… but, I digress… here’s my plan… I’ve devised a means of tying up the two types of email streams… the Moolah-Mountain-Moguls with the Charity-Cherishing-Champions… there’s them what wants to give… and them what wants to receive… …I ask for no thanks… merely doing my wee bit to bring together the ‘haves’ and the ‘have-nots’… and maybe this ol’ Jurassic’ll be able to get on with the rest of his email life in peace… although somehow, I feel that may not happen anytime soon… see yeez later… LUV YEEZ…
…. here’s a Scots lassie who combines her love of poetry and bikes … my pal Author Ailsa Abraham…enjoy…:)
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I have a motorcycle
He’s my pride and joy indeed
I am never ever happier
Than when taking bends at speed.
I sing with joy while riding
On my black and silver steed.
In summer time when it is hot
The bikers all turn to
A ride-out I can find sometimes
I raise left fist “YooHoo!”
The bikers’ salute is returned
I slide in at the back
And gently work my way along
Into the revving pack
And then I’m in my element
I could not ask for more
Though they are all big hairy blokes
And I’m just five feet four.
There’s growling Harleys, Kwakers,
Oh my saints alive!
There’s one great big Laverda
Though we’re just a 125
They treat us like a brother
For the miles I tag along
Then with a final left salute
I go home, filled with song.
Cos just for a few minutes
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…yeee hawwww.!!.. I get to feature on ‘Reading Recommendations’…thanks m’Lady Susan M. Toy at IslandCatCreations …
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What is your latest release and what genre is it?Savage Payback, a crime thriller
Quick description: A series of coordinated lethal bomb attacks on a dozen jewelry stores in London’s West End drag former SAS officer, Jack Calder and his specialist security firm, International Security Partners, into a deadly mesh of murder and international drug running.
A black ops explosives expert, an ex-colleague turned renegade mercenary with a twisted lust for revenge, emerges from the past to join forces with a powerful and dangerous drug baron from Eastern Europe.
A major cocaine trafficker from South America compounds the threats as competitive turf issues straddle international territories.
Attacks close to home heighten the urgency for Calder and his team to find and deal with each of the three sinister adversaries in a final savage payback
Seumas Gallacher escaped from the world of finance five years…
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…magnificent post by Jo Robinson !! a must read for anyone on ANY side of this discussion… beautifully expressed, m’Lady ..I’m gonna reblog this :):)
Originally posted on Jo Robinson:
I’ve made pretty much all the mistakes any newbie can flying…
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