Tag Archives: aging

100 Word Wednesday: Week 53 – Waiting

Photo by Ivana Cajina As the day ebbed away, I would see her hobble down the gravel path to the water’s edge. She’d wait there a moment or two before wading into the water. I knew her story, her husband … Continue reading

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Sunday Writing Prompt #229 “Collage 37” – Memories

Behind the washed out washing On the worn out old clothes line The woman sits with her morning coffee. It’s hot today, so she doesn’t bother Dressing in any other way than to be cool. Mornings allow her to remember, … Continue reading

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Photo Challenge #160 – The Village at the End of the World

Image: Julian Majin   He was glad he’d found it because he always knew it was there. The journey had been long but the view magnificent, the vista unparalleled. In many ways, it was the stuff of myth and legend. … Continue reading

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Twittering Tale #22 – 21 March 2017

She labours her way to and from the shop. In all weathers, she plods her way along. Carrying all that is dear to her. Head down, mind focused. (140 Characters) Written for: https://katmyrman.com/2017/03/20/twittering-tales-22-21-march-2017/

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Twittering Tale #17.

He chuckles as she watches. Every moment is precious. Every touch a treasure. Best mates forever. Her hand slips into his. Her warmth is life. (139 characters) Written for: https://katmyrman.com/2017/02/14/twittering-tale-17-14-february-2017/

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Flash Fiction – The Map

The prompt is: An elderly woman is gardening when she discovers what appears to be a treasure map buried in her back yard. It seems to lead to a spot on the outskirts of town. What does she find where … Continue reading

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Too Much of a Good Thing

Write for a while, and a little while longer. Then go back and use about ¼– or less.   I have a tale about ignorance, getting old, and being a right bastard. It’s that getting old thing of not caring … Continue reading

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