Friday, 1 January 2016

Daily 1st January 2016

first-foot [furst-foo t] Scot. noun, Also, first-footer
1. the first person to cross the threshold of a house on New Year's Day.
2. the first person met after starting out on the day of an important occasion.
verb (used with object)
3. to enter (a house) first on New Year's Day.
verb (used without object)
4. to be the first to enter a house on New Year's Day.

the morning after
she returns for her purse and
knickers. Old crone first-foot .

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January 1: Y'ALL

British winter
Her Americanisms
washed away

for NaHaiWriMo

Out early to buy a new vacuum cleaner with Lu - also a new duvet. It's turned cold.

Something that made me smile today:

Lu made me egg and chips for lunch :)

Another coat of paint on the desk.

Some TV, some gaming, some writing. Listed a few things on Amazon, too.

Written today:

poem - 001
Gilded Cage (250)

You've been reading Of Literary Bent. I thank you.

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