Five Minute Friday: Got some GREEN going on

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So, on Fridays (what really starts on Thursday night around the globe) I link up with Kate Motaung to write for 5 minutes without stopping or editing.  This week’s topic stumped me and I really didn’t want to write sensible phrases and sentences today, so I used a WORDLE.  For 5 minutes, I just posted things I think of when I think GREEN.  Wordle then arranges them in this fun cloud shape…..so here it is.  Some randomness…if you look closely, you may just learn a thing, or two, or three about me (click on the pic to enlarge it if needed)  ENJOY!!!

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Posted on October 15, 2015, in Five Minute Friday. Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. I’ve never heard of WORDLE before! What fun! And funny you should think of roadrunners as being green–most people don’t realize that they have a beautiful peacock-green in their iridescent tails :).

  2. Anita, That’s funny….Roadrunners are actually the school mascot of my husband’s basketball team and their colors are green gold and white – that’s why I wrote roadrunner…didn’t even think of the other – thanks for pointing it out

  3. What a great idea! I often use wordle and love how it rearranges my words…So many green things on there! Happy Friday to you!

  4. this is so awesome! what a cool idea! Most recent time I tried to use wordle it didn’t word for some reason; need to try try again. Here’s my fairly late link (but I *did* play early this time) for FMF: http://www.desertspiritsfire.com/2015/10/16-october-green.html thanks for the fun!

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