Word for Wednesday (W4W) #41

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This week’s word is…

Mischief!

I was delighted to be called the Mistress of Mischief on Sunday!

Allow me to explain…

On my other blog I participate in a weekly meme called Sinful Sunday, created by the delightful Molly Moore. It is a photography meme where people share images they think of as sexy, erotic or sensual. It is a wonderfully empowering and positive meme and the other participants are always more than generous with supportive comments and feedback.

On Sunday I posted this image, which I took as I sat at my breakfast bar in my fluffy robe. It seems several people thought my little smirk revealed I had mischief in mind as I took the shot.

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A follower of mine on twitter, (Hello Honey! *waves), coined the phrase Mistress of Mischief which made me giggle.

Truth be told, I am usually full of mischief, as the OH would certainly confirm. My mischievous side is always well intentioned though, never malicious or intentionally harmful. It is always carried out in order to make someone, (usually the OH), smile.

Do you like to get up to mischief? Spill!

Ciao!

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26 thoughts on “Word for Wednesday (W4W) #41

  1. I’m always too knackered for mischief! A raddled, clapped out old baggage, that’s me – and proud πŸ™‚ I think the only mischief I partake in is gently tormenting my lovely son, and spinning the odd phrase at work, twisting other people’s words to make them laugh. Nothing malicious, just a giggle.
    Here’s my offering for the week. A rant against distraction and its power to … Ooh, look at that cat doing handstands – marvellous. What was I saying again?
    https://lynnmlovewords.wordpress.com/2015/11/18/like-a-parasite-boring-into-your-skull-wednesday-word-tangle/

  2. Pingback: Wednesday Word Tangle: Cupid, Psyche and sex the Greek way | Word Shamble

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