Let’s bounce back to the females in these tales …

Saturday ‘s prompt was “Anticlea  (or Anticlea) – Odysseus’ mother who died “of grief, longing for him while he was at war”. (As a mother, I can relate!)

And her name literally means “without fame” – that sounds like a mother to me!


And since I am also mining National Days for prompts, June 22nd was:



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Ariel

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