WDYS # 123 -A Roundup post

The red illuminated sign invited travelers
Come hither, here we have a place for to stay
A beacon signaling refuge,
safety, and a place to rest
A signal for the weary to stop and break the journey
Come now, won’t you stop a while?

Great response again this week in response to this image. Please click on the links to read the contributions of our lovely participants.

Chris Hall; Outsiders

Lauren; Vacancy

Michnavs; Quiet death

Reena; Vacancy

Diana; No vacancies

Sangeetha; Much ~

Lady Lee; Vacancy

Punam; Opening

Maria; Vacancy

Tanvir; Vacancy

Jules; Out of danger

Mason; One drama after another

Jim; Woo hoo, let’s get a room

Susi; Empty where the heart resides

Radhika; No vacancy

Shreya; Does it matters who wins

Zelda; Vacancy

The novel reader; What do you see # 123

Yinglan; What the hell happened

Eugenia; Beautifying gaps

Anisha; Claustrophobic

Fandango; Country road

Suzette; Light in cursive

Roberta; Vacancies

Diamond or light; Vacancy

Regina; Beware of the people with vacant hearts

Nope, not Pam; What do you see # 123

Sandra; What do you see #123

Christine; What do you see # 123

Usha; Birth

I am grateful to all those who have read, shared and commented on these posts.

I will be posting next week’s challenge on Monday at 12:00 pm, PKT.

Thanks for reading.




59 thoughts on “WDYS # 123 -A Roundup post

  1. When I was younger our family traveled from the north to the south to visit my grandparents. Often we would start in the evening after dinner – so my father would drive until he was tired (about half the way… ) always looking for just the right ‘vacancy’ sign to stop in for the night 🙂 I think some of the reasons for traveling at night was that he still put in his full work day, less traffic and soon after getting on the road.. sleeping children!

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