Monthly Archives: June 2019

Finish the Story — The Locomotive Part Three

  Teresa’s bit: Every summer since Charlie turned six was spent on Grandpa’s Iowa farm. Charlie loved to run through the fields chasing butterflies and spent his nights laying on the cool grass, watching the fireflies and Milky Way. Life … Continue reading

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Sunday Writing Prompt – Mr Allsopp’s Home Delivery Service.

Mr Allsopp was driving to his next delivery location thinking how the traffic had gotten worse over the years. He didn’t like being late as that disappointed his clients who never seemed to enjoy waiting, which he thought odd as … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver #227 – Wedding – 13th June – The New Mr and Mrs.

The excitement of the day was building to an anticipated crescendo as the hour approached. After months of preparation and every feature of the wedding taken care of with the same diligence as you’d use a fine-toothed comb. Dresses had … Continue reading

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50 Word Thursday #24 – Stay in School

Image by PublicDomainPictures from Pixabay Hurry, it’s over here. Where? Here. Are you sure? Yes now get a move on; we’ve got ten seconds before we forget what we are on about. What a nuisance, forget my head if it … Continue reading

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Crimson’s Creative Challenge #31 – An Afternoon with Madge Tring.

My aged travelling companion, Crisp, wasn’t one for water and it came as a surprise when after a day out with a new acquaintance, Madge Tring, Crisp suggested we take up Madge’s invitation of going out on her boat to … Continue reading

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What do you See? June 11/2019 – The Faceless Saint.

The Church of Saint Faceless in the town of Thud served as a reminder of the past of a time when things weren’t always as good as they are today. Saint Faceless, patron saint of the Miserably Poor, was born … Continue reading

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Photo Challenge #267 Butcher’s Chopping Block Lane

Image: – bookbadaboom/Pikabu I’d followed her for a few days, and she gave me the slip every time. Where did go and where did she come from? An innocent looking child, school back pack, I wondered what scholarly treasure she … Continue reading

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