Heading Here

#BlogBattle Week 26 “Head”

๐Ÿ˜€ I could have written something else, but tired brain wanted to play with the letter H. ๐Ÿ™‚


Horaceย headed here hoping he’d have help housing his horse. He heard Houston harangued Hermiston’s Horse Haven. However his hapless hoopla happens, he has honest hope Houston hears his hype. His hearty hankering has hounded his head here hoping Hermiston’s Horse Haven hasn’t hurtledย horizontally. His horse, Henry, has higher hopes, however Horaceย hasn’t heeded Henry’s heart. Here Henry hides his head, humiliated. Horace hums, heedless.


My dad made us a word search! ๐Ÿ™‚ Have fun. ๐Ÿ™‚

Here’s the link:ย Headed Here Word Search

And here’s the list of words:

Horace
headed
hoping
heโ€™d
have
help
housing
heard
Houston
harangued
Hermistonโ€™s
Horse
Haven
However
hapless
hoopla
happens
he
has
honest
hope
hears
hype
His
hearty
hankering
hounded
hoping
Hermistonโ€™s
hurtled
horizontally
Henry
has
higher
hope
however
hasnโ€™t
heeded
heart
Here
hides
his
head
humiliated
hums
heedless.
( added) HONEY

Try to keep up! The words fly by fast!


69 thoughts on “Heading Here

  1. LOLโ€ฆso fun to readโ€ฆwhen I saw what you were doing, and all the Hโ€™s I thought how is this going to make sense? But it did!! Bravo!! So impressed you came up with something like this whilst tired. ๐Ÿ™‚

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            1. “Alliteration: the occurrence of the same letter or sound at the beginning of adjacent or closely connected words.” It’s one of my favorite things in the world. I try really hard not to use it in my writing because once I get started it’s hard to stop. hahaha

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