For AtoZ 2019, Word Prompts come first from 'Family Word Finder' ...
a thesaurus of synonyms and antonyms in alphabetical order.
I take the first word and the last word of each letter and match it to a
photograph from my collection/files.
Some invoke words in a story and others invoke that age old adage
"A picture is worth a thousand words."
First 'T' Word Prompt...Table
When setting up housekeeping, a kitchen/dinning table is usually at the top of the list...right after a bed room suite...which must include a bedside table or two. I'm an eclectic table collector...they are necessary to display a variety of other collections including dishes.
Tablescaping was a thing in Blogland back in 2012. I participated in several 'Tablescaping Memes' that gave me the opportunity to play with my collection of dishes and all things for setting a table including table cloths.
As a collector of 'All Things Table Setting'...it is rare to find a table cloth that is in mint condition. The Daisy Cloth was such a find. Made by Simtex probably from the 1950-60 era.
Last 'T' Word Prompt...Tyro
Never heard of this word before now, but have been one my entire life....'A Learner'. I started out as an beginner spinner 1 year, 2 months and 22 days ago....well, there about if counting from the month, week, and day that I got my own wheel. I can't really count the times I tried spinning at the spinning group I belong to. I'm pretty sure my patient teacher thought, "This greenhorn, novice, will never get the hang of spinning a decent thin strand of yarn".
After all this time, you can imagine how filling a bobbin, making twist enough for coils and having enough yarn to actually make something has me breaking my arm patting myself on the back.
And that's just one of the bobbins I have managed to fill. I now have several full hanging racks with Sue Spun Art Yarn in my Shop.
Now both arms are broken.