BrewNSpew Cafe 2018/2019

BrewNSpew Cafe – April 22, 2019


“It’s when you crack open a chocolate Easter egg, that smiles emerge.” 
― Anthony T. Hincks

a celebration

I donned my Easter bonnet

daffodils smiling

Before we get started with the weekly challenge, please note my new book – Seasoned Delights – A Haiku Collection


 Word of the week –

ecstatic – (adjective) –
1) feeling or expressing overwhelming happiness or joyful excitement.

synonyms – euphoric, joyful, joyous, rapturous, blissful, delighted, enchanted, jubilant.

2) involving an experience of mystic self-transcendence

3) (noun) a person subject to mystical experiences 

Stop acting so small. You are the universe in ecstatic motion. Rumi 

seasons ecstatic

daffodils, bluebells, and smiles

rain falling softly

tis a wondrous thing

blissful journeys through nature

daydreams of futures

You’re at the BrewNSpew Cafe, where writers meet

From 1 Blogger 2 Another

Sharing Great Blog Posts


Steve’s Country

For a Smile as Wide as a Country Sunrise

And there’s more to come, friends! Here is what’s happening at the BrewNSpew Cafe!

On Mondays, I publish a post titled BrewNSpew Cafe. One of the highlights is I select a “word/expression of the week”. I create my composition with my interpretation.

You’re welcome to join our talented community and challenge yourselves by composing your own creation using the week by week featured word. Please and thank you for limiting your post to 300 words or fewer.

Link your blog to mine with a Pingback. To do a Pingback: Copy the URL (the HTTPS:// address of my post) for the current week’s Challenge and paste it into your post. You may also place a copy of the URL of your post in the comments of the current week’s Challenge post.

The prompt will close 5 days from the date of my post. I will post a week after week wrap-up of posts shared by our kindred bloggers.

How about we be creative and have fun!

Please visit my other blog ThusNSuch



sign off 23

featured image – Pexels

Easter Bonnet – public domain

39 replies »

    • I started writing and saving my poems, not previously published, in Microsoft Word. Then I used Amazon’s Kindle Self-Publish to set up my account, etc.

      The key for me was to have everything, including images, set up in Microsoft Word. It’s a learning experience and I enjoyed it. I plan on writing another book in the future, with more of a theme to it.


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