Monthly Archives: March 2020

Wordle #183 – Kat Berry

This week’s words: Amazing  Berry Ask Drive Pout Year  Watch Apoplectic- extremely angry; furious  Sweep Mortal Cut Off Kat Berry was an aggressive woman. On any day, it didn’t take much to stir her ire. It was amazing she had … Continue reading

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Sunday Writing Prompt “Dear Diary” – The Future.

Dear Diary, Tuesday, 31st March. It’s day six hundred of social distancing. Who’d a thought I’d be in this situation? Life has become so routine; it’s hard to imagine it was not like this. All around me are the scars … Continue reading

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Reena’s Exploration Challenge #128 – Fear

War is hell. You can’t photograph a flying bullet, but you can capture genuine fear. This week I’m thinking about fear in the context of the world right now. We are surrounded by so much hysteria, anxiety and confusion about … Continue reading

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Crimson’s Creative Challenge #72 – Crisp and Marriage

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Tale Weaver – #268 – Medical – 26th March – Colonoscopy

It was their first date, and although it was basically a takeaway coffee and a sit in the park, one point five metres apart, he was nervous as could be and never really understood when asked in all innocence, what … Continue reading

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Reena’s Exploration Challenge #127 – Deja Vu

PROMPT #127 Déjà vu The house at No. 18 always gave me a weird feeling whenever I walked past. It was a dark and foreboding place. A high fence sheltered it from the outside world, and the house itself appeared … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver – #267 – Fairytale – Fairyland – 19th March – Clert’s Garden.

Clert had been head gardener at the Fairyton Garden for as long as anyone could remember. His family had been gardeners for several generations since great grandfather Dlert had been caught pilfering secret herbs from Madam Floss’ garden and his … Continue reading

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