Wednesday’s “What is it?” and Freshly Pegged

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Welcome to a special installment of Wednesday’s “What is it?”

Why is this Wednesday’s challenge special? Because I’m Freshly Pegged today.

What is Freshly Pegged? Freshly Pegged is a feature of Peg-o-Leg’s Ramblings. Because Peg knows there are many “Freshly Pressed” worthy posts sadly ignored, she decided to take matters into her own hands. She asked her blogging buddies to send her their best, overlooked posts, and today she is sharing my best, overlooked post.

freshlypegged2Peg is featuring my fictional story inspired by my emotions and an abandoned house I pass on a daily basis, and I am featuring a photo challenge that I think ties the two together.

So, what is it?  Leave a comment, letting me know what you think the photo shows. I’ll tell you the answer in my post on Friday.  (If you click on the photo to enlarge it, you will need to use the back-arrow to return to the post.) Be sure to pop on over to Peg’s place and read some great fiction by me. (And that’s not fiction!)

NOTE: I am making all comments ‘pending approval’, so everyone can guess on their own. Comments will be ‘released’ on Friday.

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12 thoughts on “Wednesday’s “What is it?” and Freshly Pegged

  1. Did one of the little angels break a vase?

    Thanks for letting me put your stuff up at my place today. It is a great story and you really class the joint up. 🙂

  2. Broken glass is my guess. It’s the only thing I can think of. Quite addled at the moment, my brain is. Hopefully will be better next week!

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