A Letter A Week – R

Rascally rabbits, we’re up to R already. Wow this challenge is going quick. Now I really had fun with drawing this week, but I wanted ask a quick question. I was asked what is going to happen when we get to Z.

Well, I’m up for suggestions, so let me know in the comments, now lets have the recap.

Christine from Stine Writing

Fandango from This, That and The Other

Sadje from Keep It Alive

Carol Anne from Therapy Bits

Leyde Ryan from Hourglass Poetry

And also this one that I missed from last week:

Leyde Ryan from Hourglass Poetry

Onto the rules: This prompt is very simple, there is one rule only. Your response needs to contain the letter of the week, other than that you’re free to do as you wish. The prompts I offer are not compulsary, they’re just suggestions but it does close at 12pm on Saturday, so I have time to do the roundup.

If you’d like to join in use the tag #1letterperweek, and ping back and we’ll see how it goes.

So, onto R and this week’s prompts.

Place – Rome

Emotion – relief

Adjective – rhyming

Verb – run

My animal – robin

When in Rome

It was the first thing that came to his mind when he stepped out of the hotel, the second thing was … what the?


“Yes, honey bunny?”

“You know how you rushed us through breakfast because we were running late?”

“Yes, lovey dovey?”

“Then, in the elevator you mentioned you’d put a pick me up in my coffee.”

“Yes, cuddly studly?”

“Was it a hallucingentic?”

“What?  No, chubby hubby.”

“Ok, so you can also see that robin perched over on the traffic lights with a bag of Macca’s.”

“Holey doley!!!”

© NopeNotPam

25 thoughts on “A Letter A Week – R

  1. Yippee, another letter! Thanks for the double mention😊 I love your drawings…the robin looks a bit grumpy, is he/she worried someone will steal the lunch bag?😉 Stay cool, see you later!

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  2. lol oh my, what’s our world coming to when birdies resort to M’s! I refuse to even type that word 😦

    Wabbit starts with a W duffer, not R 😉

    a wily wabbit
    waited by his whole
    wondering if he’d
    included enough ‘w’ words
    to make poor Deb weep with woe!

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