Musing for Moka

To all those who celebrated Thanksgiving yesterday, I hope your day was peaceful and full of gratefulness for the year’s blessings, despite the pandemic. Now, we’re back to “musing” with Brad and Muse Brad. Enjoy!

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Musing for Moka 

missing muse, seance Image by Vinicius Vieira on pexel.

Thanks to Diana for the nudge to go looking for my missing muse. She and her muse have a tortuous relationship, which apparently works well for both of them. Her mercenary muse is a foul smelling hunk with serious control issues. May your relationship be long and ornery! If you want to join the hunt for our missing muses, please visit Diana’s hilarious prompt called Meet the Muse

It’s been a while since I’ve seen or heard from Muse Brad. I think he’s mad at me. I’ve been a poor host; disciplining, judging and worst of all, ignoring him. But thank god I don’t have a taskmaster like Diana’s mercenary muse. I need a sweet sexy temptress to motivate me during this covid nightmare. I think our muses have gone missing to protect themselves from our crazy world. Last I…

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34 thoughts on “Musing for Moka

  1. I am so glad you did this, Diana! These posts are so excellent, and I am really enjoying reading them. I just thought I would let you know!! Such a wonderful and thoughtful way to share your platform. You are amazing. ❤️

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    • Thanks for reading, Tanya. I love the creativity and how differently everyone envisions their muses. I have a few more days of posts to wrap it all up. I hope you’re doing well and getting in the holiday spirit. Have a happy, healthy, peaceful week. ❤ ❤

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      • Thank you, Diana. I put up my Grinch Christmas tree last night and cannot tell you how much I love it! The one ball hanging on it makes me smile every time I look at it. Might be my favourite one ever. Hope the holiday spirit has found you, as well. Have a wonderful week full of all the same. ❤️

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        • Ha. I think I’m going to skip a tree this year. Is that super Grinchy?? No one is coming over, so I wasn’t going to bother. Maybe a few lights on the window? Maybe a tiny tree? Lol. You have me thinking… ❤

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          • Ha! Not grinchy at all! This year is a weird one, and, frankly, I was not planning on decorating at all. Wasn’t feeling it one bit. But when I saw my little grinch tree with one ball yesterday, I knew it was perfect and coming home with me. 😍 Do what makes you happy and only that. Even if it’s just one light and one ball, whatever makes you smile. ❤️

            PS…I tried to paste a photo of my little tree for you to see, but I can’t. Darn.

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  2. Beautiful muse series, Diana and Brad is always good with his poems. Thank you so much for sharing his awesome Muse. Happy Thanksgiving to you and to your famil.

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  3. It sounds to me like his muse is back! Thanks for sharing, Diana.

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  4. balroop2013 says:

    Only those mercenary muses like yours get the serious work done Diana but you’ve kicked many of them in their butt! 🙂

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  5. Happy Thanksgiving to you as well Diana. Fun muse stories for sure.. Onward to more. ❤️ Cindy

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  6. So many muses are pedantic and b***y. Hmm… Maybe I have yet to meet mine…

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  7. Jay patel says:

    Please check out my blog too… I hope you’ll have a good time reading them…😊

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  8. Jay patel says:

    Its so exciting and I am eager to know more… loved it… keep it up.. 😊

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  9. Erica/Erika says:

    I am enjoying this fun series, Diana. Nice to meet you, Brad. Your description of Diana’s muse made me both smile and cringe “…foul smelling hunk….” The seance package is a little creepy and intriguing. A fun, thought-provoking and relatable at times. Now, I am curious where you will go with this.

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  10. Thanks Diana. It’s been a fun ride so far with our motley collection of muses!

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