Monthly Archives: August 2019

Thursday photo prompt: Frozen #writephoto

She stood beside the creek and looking down, Shivered and drew her wrap tighter around her chilled self. She’d walked out earlier that morning Now she wondered the irony of her present situation. Their argument had been about her being … Continue reading

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Crimson’s Creative Challenge #42 Fossil Road.

Crisp, my aged companion, was excited. Today she was determined to get to the Fossil Road as it was one of the many historical sites she wanted to explore. It was a short ride on the Number 37 bus to … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver – #238 – Pests – 29th August – Barney

The first day Barney Cheapshot arrived at our school there was something about him that said trouble. He had that devilish look in his eye, and you sensed it as he stood in the door to our classroom and surveyed … Continue reading

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Fandango’s Flash Fiction Challenge #29 – Fang and Dango In Pursuit.

Image: AAA.com. The world’s most infamous detectives, Fang and Dango were hot on the trail of the equally notorious criminal, Jerkeye Jenkins, thief and general all-round bad guy. Jerkeye had given them the slip on more than one occasion, in … Continue reading

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Photo Challenge #278 – Being Cool.

Image: Google Images (Original source unknown) Twice today I was asked my age But I stayed cool. I was tempted to lie But I stayed cool. On both occasions, blood was involved But I stayed cool. My mouth opened to … Continue reading

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Bonus Wordle “County Fair” – Apple Pie, Bluegrass Band.

This week’s words: Bluegrass  County Fair  Apple Pie  Wobbly Crinkle  Carousel Admission  Sticky  Tent  Exclaim Tractor  Blue Ribbon The Country Fair was under way and excitement mounted. Stalls were set up around the fairground, and there was an air of … Continue reading

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Fandango’s Flash Fiction Challenge #27 – A Crumpled Mess

The dolls were meant to ease the burden of loneliness. What was she thinking he would ask himself as each evening he’d sit across from them? The gulf between them and himself testament to his feelings about the whole arrangement. … Continue reading

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