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Tuesday Chatter Weekly – February 19, 2018

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“Courage doesn’t always roar. Sometimes courage is the quiet voice at the end of the day saying, “I will try again tomorrow.” – Mary Anne Radmacher

If we were having coffee on this day, Tuesday, February 20th of the year in-

2013-Estonia  – the first country to establish a national system of fast chargers for electric cars.

1992-Ross Perot announces he will run for President on the Larry King Show.

1987-After 11 years, David Hartman quits ABC’s “Good Morning America”.

1974-Cher files for separation from husband Sonny Bono.

1962-John Glenn is the first American to orbit the earth, aboard Friendship 7.

1944-Batman & Robin comic strip debuts in newspapers

Word of the week– bodacious (adjective) remarkable, impressive, a person with a fun, quirky personality that is a little bit out-there and adventurous is an example of someone who might be described as having a bodacious personality synonyms-bold, confident, cheeky, gutsy, gritty, nervy, sassy, valiant.

Words that rhyme or nearly rhyme-gracious, spacious, audacious, flirtatious, fallacious, sagacious, fugacious, tenacious, vivacious

Dear bodacious people

Whether friend or foe

  There are highs and lows

In this perplexing world

Plastic selfies in a twirl

Hey, showing true grit

 Could help our morrows

Even shelve our sorrows

Ridiculous for ridiculous sake

What’s it gonna take

 Tweedle dee and tweedle dum

Nothing’s good about ho-hum

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Visit us each Tuesday at the cafe, and share your creative side! Post a photo, quote, poem or story that shows off your creativity. Let us know what woke up your creative senses and how you’re going to weave your new ideas into your daily routine.

Write a piece on your own blog relating to your topic. Leave a comment, linking back to your post using the link Tuesday Chatter. Or add a Tuesday Chatter tag and pingback to this post. We look forward to learning about what sparks your creativity.

 ThusNSuch, my other blog, dedicated to poetry

Eugenia

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29 replies »

  1. Hey Eugenia, Namaste 🙂

    How are you? Your pen flows in remarkable ways weaving me into your ditty. It feels a pleasant fit: the seamstress that you are 🙂

    A quick question: what happened to Friendship 1 to 6?

    At the reading the Poetess was bodacious – audacious in a way I considered admirable. She revealed herself in a fifteen line sonnet. The crowd gasped at such a thing! lol 🙂

    Hoping all is well – have a wonderful afternoon.

    Namaste 🙂

    DN

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    • Dewin, I am always delighted by your comments. It makes the writing of whacky poetry worthwhile. Friendship 7 was named by the astronaut, John Glenn, as it was common practice the astronauts named their personal capsules. The 7 represents his fellow Mercury members.

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      • Whilst I am always delighted to be here Eugenia, thank you: and here not just for the pleasant company, the whacky poetry, or the headlining knowledge, but also for the splash of Bourbon you throw into my coffee cup on every visit 🙂

        Regards the naming of the capsule: I find that fascinating and had no idea NASA might operate like this. It makes perfect sense and inspires all to be so unified in friendship in much the same: after-all we all live on the one spaceship hurtling through space called Earth heading for a destination unknown…a future we’ll all get to a little quicker being friends with one another 🙂

        Enjoy your afternoon and evening. Thank you for coffee and a splash: but now I really ought to dash 🙂

        Ciao Eugenia. Namaste 🙂

        DN

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  2. Eugenia,

    When John Glenn orbited the earth, I was 14 months old. Definitely, too little to remember the historical event. I remember Ross Perot running for president. Did you know he passed away on the 20th of this month? I always liked watching the Sonny & Cher TV program as a kid. It made me sad when they split. They weren’t necessarily a brilliant mewsical duo but I liked them anyhow. Thanks for hosting the fun and I’m sorry for the late visit. It’s just been one a hectic week. Oh, yeah, great poem!

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    • Wow! I didn’t know about Ross Perot – how sad. I liked Sonny and Cher too and agree with you about their music as a duo. But they were entertaining and fun to watch. Thank for the visit.

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