Close-up and background

    It’s Tuesday, so it must be time for the Weekly Word Challenge! This is the game where Tink challenges us to match photos to the two assigned words of the week.

    This week, she gave us “close-up” and “background” to work with.

    Hmmmmm.

    Well, here’s a close-up of…



    Sorry – couldn’t resist.

    On to…

        

   Chatty will just leave it at that…except to mention that if you don’t file by midnight tonight, guess who will be going into your “background” for a more “close-up” look?

         
   

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setter of cryptic crosswords, designer of jewelry, paper and card maker, editor, quilter, embroiderer, cook, avid mystery reader and occasional writer. Find me on Facebook as Maggie-beth Rees Rasor.
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10 Responses to Close-up and background

  1. kcinnova says:

    Oh, Chatty, you are funny…I didn’t even think of the toothpaste, or spare actors, or the IRS!Off to post mine!

  2. gary says:

    oh yeah, closeup toothpaste!

  3. Close-up to get ready for your close-up. Great idea!

  4. farmerswife says:

    Great Play!!!!

  5. Karen says:

    Ok, I LOVE the gratuitous close up of close up. And the tax joke totally made me LOL. We apparently share a sense of humor!

  6. Tink says:

    I’ll send you a copy of the picture, whether by email or snail mail (which ever you prefer). It’s no big deal! 🙂 Email me: twstdtink@yahoo.com

  7. Reb says:

    Great play today! love the tax joke.

  8. Newt says:

    Wow, the close-up was totally awesome. Close up of close up, it was the little squirt of the stuff that cracked me up. It’s perfect!!!!

  9. CCC says:

    Thanks! And to think – the “squirt” was an afterthought! But as soon as I did it, I started laughing, and knew THAT was the way to go. Glad you noticed and agreed!

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