2306 – Sunday Digest: The Week in Review

2306 – Sunday Digest: The Week in Review

Sunday Digest is a little late tonight. I found myself watching the Super Bowl routing for the Chiefs. The Chiefs are not my team but I just can’t bring myself to cheer for anything in Philadelphia. Not just the Eagles, I mean any of the sports franchises and even the city in general.

At least the game was a good game, close until the very end. I was more than disappointed in the finish though. There is nothing worse than watching a team try to not score when they have the chance. Despite the Chiefs having had three chances to score a major on the final drive, one where the receiver had a clear path to the endzone and stopped on the one-yard line and two where the quarterback took a knee, and chose instead to run the clock down before kicking a last-second game-winning field goal. I understand the logic and strategy but as a fan, I found it anti-climatic and just not a great look for the sport. At least my wife outdid herself with the chicken wings and chili.

She was right into the Rihanna halftime show but I didn’t recognize a single song. I’m assuming she did a medley of her hits. That’s the norm for Super Bowl shows but having heard them now I still don’t think I’d recognize them if they were playing on the radio tomorrow. I can’t think of a worse halftime show. No, wait, I take that back, the Black Eyed Peas auto-tuned disaster was the worst ever.

An update on my exercise and weight loss plan. The exercise has been going well. I think I’ve only missed one scheduled day since I started but I’ve seen virtually zero results on the scale. That said, my belt is as small as it can go which is two holes smaller than when I started so that has to be a sign of some progress.

This week in music my favourite band from the 80s has released a new song. Depeche Mode, now a two-piece following the sudden death of Andy Fletcher last year have released “Ghosts Again”, the first single from their upcoming Momenti Mori album.

Here are some of this week’s highlights on Greg’s Blog

Five Word Weekly Challenge

Lots of great responses this week…

Sara’s Struggle is a story about overcoming adversity written by Henrietta Watson at All About Writing and more.

An Illuminating Encounter is a tale of forboding written by Sadje at Keep It Alive.

Pressure is a tragic tale of forbidden love written by ladysighs.

Four Line Fiction Challenge

Another slow week for Four Line Fiction…

Private Hell, was my contribution to this new weekly challenge.

I’m not giving up, next week will be better.

More highlights from Greg’s Blog…

Mass Extinction | Written for an older What Do You See? prompt from Sadje.

Spacetime | Written for Denise’s Six Sentence Stories and several daily word prompts.

Just Another Day | Written to include words prompts from Fandangos’ One Word Challenge

12. Revenge: Trinkets | The twelfth installment of the Revenge Series written for Sammi Scribbles Weekend Writing Prompt.

Around the Blogosphere…

Here are some other great clicks this week…

Rest Zone | Vova Zinger’s Photoblog | Vova Zinger posted a series of beautiful architectural images taken in the Boston Public Library Courtyard. This one is my favorites.

That One Moment | Paula Light at Light Motifs II | A well-written work filled with raw emotion and brutal honesty. A must read.

Only a couple this week. I didn’t get much reading in. Hopefully, I can catch up on everyone’s work next week.

Next week…

Look for another Five Word Weekly on Monday, T-Shirt Wisdom on Wednesday and Four Line Fiction on Thursday. At some point during the week the next installment for the Revenge series will drop using the prompt word jejune.

Have a great week,

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