This week, to play the Weekly Word Challenge Tink wants us to illustrate the words “front” and “back”. Well, there are front yards and back yards, front doors and back doors, front rows and back rows…what else?
A cold front moving in from the west.
This reminds Chatty of George Carlin, and his “Hippy Dippy Weather Man” with the hippy dippy weather, man. Remember? If there’s a rain storm moving in from the north, and a dust storm moving in from the south, by tomorrow we should have…mud. If the cold front moves in from the west, we’ll get…mud flurries. Forecast for tonight: Dark. Getting lighter toward morning…
He will be greatly missed.
The Australian Outback.
Toot on her back…which would make this her front?
And this is definitely Toot’s back.
A map of the Eastern Front, circa 1916.
…two of the horses Chatty met this past weekend – one facing front and, ummmm… the back of a young Clydesdale.