WDYS # 129 -A Roundup post

Won’t you call me?

Leave me message

Let me know how it’s going

You know I worry about you

Being far apart makes it difficult

And only hearing your voice at the other end

Will make a mother’s heart easy

When will you call?


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

Chris Hall; Been there?

Reena; Ominous

Punam; Absence

Komaljeet; A cold flame

David; Beeeep or after the tone

Keith; One word

Michnavs; Wondering

Mason; Charlotte’s message

Susi; Old fashioned

Melanie; What do you see # 129

The novel reader; What do you see # 129

Grace; Guiding message

Diana; A call from the past

Jules; Willing too pool resources

Eugenia; A final call

Lady sighs; She waits alone

Maria; He finally calls

Ken Hume; Tone deaf

Natasha; The grand return

Fandango; Grandma’s dilemma

E M Kingston; Wooded paradise

Suzette; The pink phone

Jude; Loved and unloved

Greg; Rotary dial

Nope, not Pam; Reality bites


Weng; Unavailable

Jane; Sure vibes

Lady Lee Manila; P is for Puente

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 # 129 -A Roundup post

  1. I do remember before cell phones and international calls and computer emails…
    When family, especially children are away and you don’t hear from them. It can be very unsettling.

    I read books where letters take weeks or even months to get to people (in the past) – How did we manage without instant communication. But then someone has to start the conversation!! 🙂

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      1. I remember when my husband traveled out of the country and I lived in a state where I didn’t have close relatives – I was bring up my young children at the time…

        I just saw on the computer news that someone put a ‘chip’ in their wrist so they can pay without an actual credit card. I’m not at all fond of that idea!

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