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January 6 – SquareUp – Drupelets

Here is my entry for Becky’s for January SquareUp challenge. 

noun: drupelet; plural noun: drupelets

any of the small individual drupes forming a fleshy aggregate fruit such as a blackberry or raspberry.



Here is my drumming feature for the day.

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Qi (energy) hugs


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  1. such a fabulous word – this is another inspiring #SquareUp Cee. I love it 😀

    btw sending loads of hugs, we are watching the news here and can’t quite believe what we are seeing unfold. The day started so well for you, and now – just unbelievable

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    • I’m not watching it. I’m just too sad, scared and embarrassed. I didn’t know I could feel all those emotions at once. I have my music playing and just ignoring life. Chris is in a meeting (For work) and the first thing they said was “Turn on the TV”. Most people she works with work from home too. So I’ve been get the details.


      • Those feelings sum it up. Thank goodness it is now over, although my jaw hot the floor when I saw some politicians are still supporting him with a debate on certifying the vote. Roll on 20th when your country can begin to heal. Sending love xx


  2. I saw the word and thought I know that word….brilliant Cee 🙂 That drum was so cool and the bloke playing the didg did a good job


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