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MLMM Sunday Writing Prompt – Three Senses – A Smell in the House.

We’d been having problems with mice. Baits had been doing their bit but there seemed a never-ending supply of them scampering across the kitchen floor. I had discovered that there were reasons for not baiting in the house, as they … Continue reading

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Sunday Writing Prompt – The End of the Road – March 28th

As it got closer he wondered If the end of the road was what it claimed Or was it the start of a new road? He could see it looming before him There was something immovable about it. Beyond it … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver – #318 – Bookworm – 11March

It was my first visit to the University Library and I was nervous as I’d heard so much about the place being huge and how easy it was to get lost in it. Well it was certainly big. I checked … Continue reading

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Sunday Writing Prompt – In the Thick of It – March 7th

 It was one of those family reunions where as an aging member, it was becoming more and more difficult to keep track of the ever-growing family. When I was young, we had these gatherings, and it was my cousins whom … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver/Fairytale – #317 – 4th March – The Wicked Witch – A Miss Marble Story

Miss Marble, witch, of 46 Grimace Street had long pondered the difference between a good and wicked witch. Her own life, she concluded, as long as it had been, had contained elements of the good and bad. Mostly she thought … Continue reading

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Crimson’s Creative Challenge #121 – Crisp’s Funeral Arrangements.

Crisp, my aged companion, had been quite pensive of late. She said, “I’d like lots of colour at my funeral. I want to be remembered for the character I am. Don’t you think that’s a good idea?” We agreed her … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver – #316 – 25 February – The Red Hair Girl – Carrots

Her name was Alice Marie Jenkins, and the first day she walked into Gino’s café, her flaming red hair immediately had our attention. We met each afternoon in Gino’s because it was a safe place for us and good for … Continue reading

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Crimson’s Creative Challenge #119 – Uncle Henry’s Fences.

My aged companion Crisp was looking at the lake and the disappearing fence line. “One dry year my Uncle Henry decided to fence his paddocks in an attempt to make greater use of his land. He was what my father … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver – #315 – Mystery – The Bald Man.

Archie Lapsitter was a tall bald guy who loved his job of catching bad guys. Like many tall guys, he was a lot shorter when he sat down. Around town, he was known as “whodunit” Archie. The mystery of who … Continue reading

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Crimson’s Creative Challenge #118 – In Search of Fairies.

 Alluring. That was the word that came to mind. Out on a walk on a Sunday afternoon, I led her by the hand, as she tended to wander if I didn’t. “Let’s go down here,” I suggested. My aged companion, … Continue reading

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