Revisiting the Meme

After yesterday’s post saluting National Be Kind to Writers and Editors Month, I thought I’d revisit a happier topic — memes. Since today is Saturday, and believe it or not, I do have a life outside this writer’s world, my post is a visual example of how memes begin and change as they roll through society. This one began with a favorite painting of mine, the 1942 Edward Hopper dreamscape called Nighthawks. The original sits in the Chicago Art Institute. Here’s the original. See what this iconic artwork inspired in the memes…

nighthawks1Then it gets fun

nighthawks7nighthawks6nighthawks3nighthawks8nighthawks4And my personal favorite


That last one tickles me. I hope they made you smile.  🙂


100 Things Blogging Challenge

For 100 days, I’ll post a little something from my chosen topic of Words & Quotes of Love. There are 93 more entries to come! Here’s one for today: 002x846q

“One of the hardest things in life is having words in your heart that you can’t utter.”

~ James Earl Jones


It’s My Sexy Saturday on my satellite blog

And Seductive Studs & Sirens on my other satellite blog

If you enjoy quotes and kisses, read my Quotable Kisses article in the *FREE* issue of   Hidden Desires Magazine e-Zine. Subscribe here:


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For author Nancy Lee Badger’s guest blog.
And over on the RB4U website , a new September contest just started and there are all sorts of prizes Find those falling leaves!

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About ~RoseAnderson

Rose Anderson is an award-winning author and dilettante who loves great conversation and delights in discovering interesting things to weave into stories. Rose also writes under the pen name Madeline Archer.
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