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Sadje’s Questions

In sympathy with Fandango, I have written my answers to Sadje’s searching questions. How long have you been blogging? Since 2012. Do your friends and family support you in this? They think I have nothing to do so they feel … Continue reading

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Finish the Story – Oct #9

After the Long, Hard Winter Winter had been hard. Harder than anyone in Goosedown had expected. It was six weeks into spring, and Emily never felt better. She was finally able to get out into her garden. The spring flowers … Continue reading

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Thursday photo prompt: Glimmer #writephoto

He disliked whinging as it was the one thing he hated to be around and right now all that was coming from his mouth was constant whining about how far it was to camp. Why he had agreed to this … Continue reading

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Reena’s Exploration Challenge #Week 59

CHALLENGE “So, you think money is at the root of all evil …..” In a far corner of the betting shop sits the man down on his luck and all but out of cash. It’s time for the last race, … Continue reading

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SoCS Oct. 20/18 – Can

Can I can because I can and that is why I can. You say I can’t but I can, so put that in your pipe and smoke it. I went to the shop today and purchased a dozen “CAN” lollies … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver/Fairy Tale # 193 – Fairies. – The Fire Patch.

Google Images: Labelled for re-use. I was digging in my garden when I was rudely interrupted by a voice asking me what I thought I was doing. I looked around thinking it was my nosey neighbour kidding around again. But … Continue reading

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Finish the Story #15

The Funniest Vacation Ever! Alan spent the winter of ’86 thinking about all the road trips he was subjected to as a child in the old family station wagon. His two children had never experienced hours filled with playing I-spy … Continue reading

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