Wind and five

    As usual, Tink came up with some very interesting words for us to play with for the Weekly Word Challenge.

    This week’s words are “wind” and “five”.

    Well, of course there’s the seen-yet-unseen wind through the trees in Chatty’s backyard yesterday (even the top of the Italian Cypress is leaning a bit):


    But there’s also wind…as in, if you forget to wind these, you may be late for an appointment…


    When it comes to five…Chatty calls this one “Five Minutes to Dinner!”


    And, as a tribute to last week’s challenge… a close-up of “Toot”, our house guest. Chatty titles this one “I’m not anxious or anything, but now that you mention it, I could eat a little something…do we really have to wait 5 minutes?”

    Hungry, much?
    But on to a more concrete (or in this case, aluminum) example of five. This was a temporary exhibit on the lawn of the Beverly Hills Courthouse, up the street from where Chatty worked for many years…


    Chatty decided she couldn’t get any more “five” than this:


 so she’s going to leave well enough alone…until the next challenge, of course!                            


About merseamersea

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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11 Responses to Wind and five

  1. kcinnova says:

    Great job!! That 5 is awesome 🙂

  2. gary says:

    palm trees? you lucky dog! and such sweet doggies! I could try making dogs that look like that you know.

  3. Reb says:

    That five is great! Love the wind in the trees too.

  4. Karen says:

    I love 5 minutes til dinner! Who could resist those little faces?!

  5. REH says:

    Great pictures! Really clever on the watches there – and the big 5 was great too! Well played!

  6. Tink says:

    Ah! That five statue is PERFECT! I love the picture of the watches too. Well done girl.

  7. Alice says:

    sweet 5!! and another wind-as-verb… very clever. i totally didn’t think of that 🙂

  8. Newt says:

    Wow, very nice. And those pups. Awwww, they would get fed a lot at our house. I couldn’t resist.

  9. krishna says:

    Love the big numbers! great pictures too, they are so clear.

  10. Mozius says:

    Great insight, great article, and thanks for sharing it. How to subscribe on your blog ???

  11. Rosie says:

    Cool! That’s a ceelvr way of looking at it!

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