Photo Challenge Yellow

Pingbacks. Trackbacks. Flashbacks. No matter what you call them there is a growing need for the Word Press power team to get their act together and correct the issue.

The other recourse is to publish the “Weekly Prompts” articles on our sites. This week SUNSHINE was the photo prompt. It’s never too late to contribute to the blog site. – gc

Weekly Prompts

“ You create your own decoration. You choose your colour, you choose your mood. If you are depressed, you put on some bright yellow and suddenly you are happy.” ~ Philippe Starck.

This weekend your Saturday Photo Challenge is Yellow.

At the start of 2019, GC and I introduced a monthly colour challenge, and for the month of May we have opted for the colour YELLOW.

During the early 1970s, those of you old enough to remember will know that yellow was a popular colour choice for home decor.  Like most things from that era, the colour has made a modern day comeback. These days instead of teaming up with purple (my questionable choice back then), the colour is more likely to be found toned down slightly, and nestling comfortably alongside grey. 

Gerry and I would like you to search your files, visit Laura Ashley Home (my personal…

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  1. I’ve been meaning to ask you – since we Enabled Comments on Weekly Prompts to allow links, have you noticed the difference in appearance? I’m not sure what bothers me the most right now, the faulty pingbacks or the untidiness of the comments section!

    We never intended Weekly Prompts to be a copy of a personal site where we get into conversations, our comments were meant to take place on bloggers own sites but now we’ve been forced into this situation, Comments, links and pingbacks are all mixed together, and jt’s difficult to see what’s what!

    I haven’t left you the usual smilies on any of my comments today because there’s not much to smile about!

    What an Eton mess! ☹️


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