A small selection of posts I have enjoyed and I hope you will head over to read in full.. thanks Sally.
The first post today is from Esther Chilton and shares the humour of the Limerick…some great examples from participants..If you enjoy you can share your limerick using this week’s prompt or one of your own.
Laughing Along With A Limerick –
Here’s your Monday smile – it’s limerick time. Send in your own or here’s a prompt for you
Here are a few limericks to make you smile this Monday. The prompt last week was BOSS.
If your company runs at a loss
The person to blame is the boss.
You have to work wonders
Whilst he commits blunders
And lives in the world of Pangloss.
Head over to read the rest of the limericks from last week’s challenge:
Esther Chilton – Laughing along with a Limerick
The next post is from Charles Yallowitz on the subject ofhumour… do you use it in your writing, or is it just a personal way to de-stress?
Why Do I Use Humor?
Honestly, I thought this would be a more challenging question with a deeper answer, but I’ve been sitting here for a while. The question of how to use humor has been asked several times, but I always wanted to touch on the why. After all, I use it in all of my stories in the form of puns, witticisms, and physical gags. So . . . why?
Head over to discover how Charles uses humour and let him know your thoughts:
Charles Yallowitz.. Why do I use Humour?
Today’s recipe is something the whole family would enjoy from Lisa’s Everyday Life
Lisa Food Blog: Baked Egg Plant Parmesan
Welcome Food Lovers : Today recipe is a No Fry Egg plant Parmesan. Always a big hit with the family when the Eggplants start coming in from the garden. Try it and let me know if you like this version.
Need help picking out eggplants ? Read my Kitchen tips section for more information: Lisa
Head over for the recipe to make this delicious dish: Lisa’s Food Blog Baked Egg Plant Parmesan
Thanks for dropping in today and I hope you will head over and read these posts in full..thanks Sally.