Last week the theme for Saturday Six Word Story was Water. It covers 71% of the Earth’s surface but 96.5% of all Earth’s water is made of the oceans. Not suitable for drinking which is what humans and animals need to survive. Speaking of needing…Need is the theme for this week’s Saturday Six Word Story. Check it out!
Here’s the roundup post for 6WSP #56:
By Joelle: Without water we would all die.
By Ramya Vivek at My Musings: I would never water myself down!
He was thirsty.
Water wasn’t enough.
By Di at pensitivity101: Nature’s wine, cool, clear and fresh.
By Cheryl at THE BAG LADY: Respite in trickling mountain stream water.
By Lisa Coleman at Our Eyes Open: Too much water is not good!
By AYR at A Young Retirement: Deep Blue Water off Ireland Coast. (Click on the link to see the beautiful photo that accompanied this prompt)
By Fandango at This, That and The Other: Do you prefer sparkling or still?
By PaperKutzs at PaperKutzs: Water is a necessity of life.
By Susi Bocks at I Write Her: Sure do miss my holy water.
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